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Documents turn to gold

This article appears in the issue October 2003 [Volume 12, Issue 9]

Information Management Research has unveiled Alchemy Version 7.4, which is designed to combine document management and archiving with added records management capabilities.

The company specifically targets the HIPAA compliance and accounts payable markets with its Document Routing module in Alchemy 7.4. The module helps gather, organize and share documents, as well as manage the tasks required to complete projects. Alchemy 7.4 includes several new records management modules, such as audit logging, role based access control and database encryption, that specifically help companies comply with new government regulations such as HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley. Alchemy 7.4 also includes enhancements for the IMR installed base such as saved queries, Section 508 compliance for disabled accessibility, improved DVD writer support and a DICOM viewer for medical images.

IMR has also released Alchemy MailStore for Exchange, which is said to solves the e-mail regulatory compliance and records retention issues facing Microsoft Exchange users by providing a real-time, automated, rules-based capture engine. MailStore is built on the mature Alchemy document management system and inherits Alchemy document and records management features such as the ability to produce self-contained CD or DVD copies, full text indexing (attachments included), data compression and a robust search engine, explains IMR.

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