Executive Technologies, Inc. develops the SearchExpress family of Enterprise Content Management, document management and document imaging software solutions. [1 ] The product is delivered in three versions, one that uses Microsoft SQL for the document repository, one that uses Microsoft SharePoint for the repository, and one that uses the SearchExpress search engine. [2 ] [3 ]
Features [ edit ]
A complete list of features is available on the SearchExpress web site.
[4 ] SearchExpress provides capture, indexing, workflow, searching and management for digital documents as well as paper documents.
[5 ] [6 ] [7 ] [8 ] [9 ] SearchExpress is used to provide a paperless office for small and large enterprises, including doctor's offices.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Executive Technologies' SearchExpress Document Management Integrates with ERP systems". Image Source Magazine. March 26, 2008.
^ Fickes, Michael (March 2004). "Winning the War Against Paper and Microfilm: New Storage Solutions". College Planning and Management Magazine.
^ Mader, Carolyn (August 2002). "Scan Documents to SQL Server". SQL Server Magazine.
^ White, Howard S (March–April 2000 Volume 36 Number 2, page 82). "Text Retrieval Products for Libraries". Library Technology Reports Magazine.
^ Galves, Fred (Winter 2000). "Computers in the Courtroom" (PDF) 13 (2). Harvard Journal of Law & Technology.
^ "Executive Technologies Legal Text Retrieval System". KMWorld Magazine. October 28, 1998.
^ Canganelli, Patrick (July 1, 1988). "SearchExpress: document retrieval evaluation". Information Today Magazine.
^ Badgett, Tom (October 27, 1987, pages 175-190). "Searching Through Files with Database Software". PC Magazine.
^ "Technology for Managing a Doctors Health Center". Book Fresh. August 26, 2008.
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