Top 10 Document Management System Companies - 2021

An efficient document management system (DMS) is a requisite for the success of an organization because it’s the repository where all the critical information of the organization is housed. Besides centralizing all the data in an organization, an advanced DMS puts forth a wide range of other benefits, like workflow automation, intuitive content organizing, crucial organizational insights, cost reduction, among others. And in the wake of the challenges brought forth by the pandemic, DMS is no more a nice-to-have for organizations and enterprises but a necessity.

Notably, leading-edge technologies, including cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI), are extending the capabilities of modern-day DMS. For instance, cloud computing has opened new windows of opportunities for organizations as the data in their servers can be accessed from anywhere, anytime. At the same time, by combining cloud computing with a browser-based interface, organizations can avail of tremendous cost advantages. This amalgamation also offers unlimited processing power that could turn data into a competitive advantage. Meanwhile, some DMS providers also offer hybrid solutions—a  combination of both cloud storage and in-house systems—to cater to specific organizational requirements.

AI is another cutting-edge technology that is making great strides in the domain. Thanks to AI, smaller organizations get the same kind of business intelligence (BI) support today that large corporations benefit from. AI-based DMSs can enhance the decision-making capabilities and optimize all organizational workflows by leveraging machine learning, predictive analysis, and data visualization.

At this juncture, there is a variety of DMS providers available in the market that cater to the different needs of organizations and enterprises. To help them choose the DMS that best fits their requirement, CIOReview has compiled a list of the 10 most promising DMS providers. The enlisted DMS providers are the frontrunners in the market that provide a wide span of features. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you CIOReview’s, “10 Most Promising Document Management System companies– 2021.”

    Top Document Management System Companies

  • 1

    Integrated Partner Solutions (IPS) marries the utility of MechWorks PDM software with the versatility of engineering design and simulation tools, deriving greater workflow efficiency and collaboration. The company’s focused solution, MechWorks PDM, is unprecedented in providing a centralized database environment with an emphasis on flexibility, automation, improved knowledge sharing, and transparency amongst the users. MechWorks PDM’s configuration management functionality enables a single design model to be converted to multiple configurations that can be properly represented, each with its own part number. Moreover, IPS’ state-of-the-art workflow maintains accurate records of any change request, relevant approver, time of approval, and more, all of which can be exported easily for accurate documentation

  • 2

    NatPay is an independent provider of payroll distribution solutions for all sizes of businesses. NatPay—which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year—helps its clients eliminate a multitude of mundane tasks such as handling payroll, AR/AP, and other such processes that could hinder productivity of an organization. With this one-stop-shop solution integrated into enterprise’s workflows, saving costs, managing faster payment cycles, and making compliant tax forms become effortless. Owing to the heavy investments made by NatPay in programming, coders, and assistance, the company promises rapid implementations without causing interruptions to the client’s business processes

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    NetGuru Systems has carved a niche for itself today as a leading provider of business solutions as well. NetGuru Systems offers industry-compliant business solutions that cater to the unique needs of organizations from diverse industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, finance, and banking. And one of the crown jewels of these customized business solutions is the enterprise document management system (DMS). NetGuru Systems’ enterprise DMS is a trailblazer in the document management space, thanks to its exceptional modularity and high scalability

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    Offers a cloud-based content management system that enables users to create, control, and manage content from a single platform

  • 5

    The Network Place (TNP) provides tools and services for the digital organization of business documents to over 100 clients across various industries

  • 6

    Xerox Corporation is a technology leader helping organizations thrive by empowering them to work better

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    The Network Place (TNP) provides tools and services for the digital organization of business documents to over 100 clients across various industries

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    DocuWare provides cloud document management and workflow automation software that enables to digitize, secure and work with business documents, then optimize the processes that power the core of business

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    The company deliver connected content and intelligent automation. M-Files increases the productivity of knowledge workers, ensures a seamless digital experience, strengthens collaboration, enables business continuity, and reduces business risk

  • 10

    MasterControl, Inc

    MasterControl, Inc

    Document control is essential in regulatory environments because it touches all quality processes. MasterControl's document control software addresses the most stringent regulations and standards to ensure compliance. It reduces overall compliance costs and accelerates time to market. Hundreds of companies around the world use MasterControl to automate core business processes and document management activities to promote collaboration, improve decision making, and accelerate time to market. It simplifies the approval, distribution, retrieval and obsolescence of documents, and automatically tracks revision history