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ColumbiaSoft Makes It Easier for Companies to Access Files Online With New Updates in Its Document Management System

Document Locator Version 7 Includes a New WebTools Interface for Online Document Management That Is Touch-friendly and Easy to Use

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwired - August 12, 2014) - ColumbiaSoft announced major updates to its industry-leading document management system today, incorporating improvements for online document management plus additional features in its Document Locator version 7 software.

"Version 7.0 is a major release that gives customers the versatility to work with documents using any browser or device - computer, tablet, or smartphone," said ColumbiaSoft President, Richard Day. "I'm also very excited that we can now offer Document Locator as a hosted option that really makes getting started quite easy."

The newly-designed WebTools for Document Locator is a companion to the desktop software that is built into Windows Explorer and that people use to manage files. In version 7, WebTools is entirely re-engineered using HTML 5 technology. It has a new look and feel that is more intuitive to use and is touch-screen friendly. Speed and performance have also been enhanced, and a new "favorites" selector allows people to quickly build a list of everyday files. The system is designed to work on all major browsers, including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

Other improvements in version 7 include a new Document Reminders function in the desktop edition. People can set reminders on files that require attention later. Also included is an updated integration with Autodesk AutoCAD that supports 64-bit versions of the engineering design software and incudes a full range of built-in menu commands. Improvements in scanning, security, active directory replication, and reporting, are also included in the release.

Upgrades for Document Locator version 7 are available to existing customers now. All ColumbiaSoft upgrades are provided to customers on support and maintenance at no additional cost.

ColumbiaSoft is a leading document management software company that helps businesses reduce risk and improve productivity. Information workers use ColumbiaSoft software to manage and share electronic documents, digitized paper documents, e-mail, faxes, and other electronic files to lower costs, automate business processes, and meet regulatory requirements. As a Microsoft Gold Certified ISVr partner, an Autodesk Authorized Developer, and an Adobe Solutions Network partner, the company's products fully integrate with familiar applications such as Microsoft Windows, Office, Outlook, SharePoint, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD, and more. ColumbiaSoft is a privately held company based in Portland, Oregon and was founded in 1998. For more information, visit www.documentlocator.com.

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ColumbiaSoft Corporation
(800) 298-1172 x268
[email protected]

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