Archiflow lets you manage document flows and information. The documents, regardless of how they are produced, with personal productivity tools (such as Microsoft Office), with management tools (ERP), transmitted by traditional methods or using ICT tools (e-mail, PEC, etc.), can be digitized, viewed, printed, sorted, shipped, protected, archived and preserved.
The document management component
Archiflow and the document lifecycle
Archiflow is much more than just a repository where you can put all relevant contents for an organization, for it offers also the tools to manage documents in the “active” phase of their lives, i.e. when they are consulted, modified, collated, signed. Archiflow lets you perform these operations, so familiar in the real and “paper” world, in a simple and intuitive way, while ensuring maximum security and integrity.
Organizational chart, users and groups
Archiflow manages users and access control through an integrated component of Identity & Access Management.
Each user defined in the system can be associated with a set of identifying information for defining the role in the Organization, in terms of access level (Supervisor, Administrator, Full visibility user, General user), of belonging to offices, Groups, Roles and profiles and of rights, intended as features to which the User may gain access (insert, send, search, edit, delete, etc.).
Archiflow manages the Organization Chart to govern in a simple and secure way the visibility rules on the documents, to ensure their proper flow within the Organization and for the effective management of business processes.
Archiflow uses the standard LDAP protocol, therefore integrating with Windows Active Directory for authentication and with other systems providing the LDAP protocol. This feature greatly simplifies the administration tasks in the presence of a high number of users and allows an single-sign-on access mode.