Damaris RM

Description

Using GAS, you can inventory, index and manage client records. With our web based software, clients can access and view the inventoried documents, request pick-up or delivery, accurately monitor document movements, and enforce role based security, all without leaving their office. By storing data off-site, clients ensure they have secure back-up documentation in the event of business disruptions or compromised internal record keeping, thereby minimizing the potential impact of business disruptions.

GAS processes electronic documents. It offers a fast and reliable documents retrieval tool. GAS archives and indexes all the documents outgoing from your IT packages. It guarantees data integrity. Thanks to safe electronic storage, it provides legal documents copy. GAS accelerates the decision making process for your customers by giving access to all their commercial legal documents.

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1.0.1

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