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Mobile Solutions

Business on the go

The DMS experts from DocuWare are at CeBIT to exhibit the third generation of DocuWare Mobile. Besides a completely new interface, the latest generation boasts extended workflow functionality that integrates users into complex processes and allows them to complete parallel tasks directly on a smartphone.

18 Feb. 2016

What use is even the smartest document management system if you can’t access your data while on the move? That was the issue that DocuWare GmbH sought to resolve a number of years ago, when it launched DocuWare Mobile for the Apple iPhone. Unveiled as a pioneering solution at CeBIT 2011, it was soon followed by apps for Android and Windows Phone. For the first time, users could carry out searches in their central document pool and use a stamp to release documents. The PaperScan and PaperOrganizer extensions that followed transformed the user’s smartphone into a mobile scanner, ideal for the structured storage of any documents in an online archive. As CeBIT 2016 opens its gates, the third version of DocuWare Mobile is being premiered exclusively in Hannover.

DocuWare Mobile III is designed first and foremost to make working on the go more convenient and intuitive, which is why the programmers have been incorporating even more customer experience into the app’s ongoing development – much to the benefit of usability and performance. The dashboard, for example, now lists all relevant workflow tasks clearly, ensuring they can be edited directly on the smartphone. Whether based on an iOS, Android or Windows Phone operating system, all versions of DocuWare Mobile III offer the same functions in the same interface, which means communication between different versions is not a problem and makes the work of system administrators much easier.

DocuWare Europe GmbH (82110 Germering, Germany), Hall 3, Stand G20