In a typical company archive, records of all file formats are saved. Standard formats would include PDF, TIF, and DOCX. When files from more specialized applications such as OneNote or CAD are archived, however, many companies are posed with a problem: They can’t view the files without the original applications. xSuite Archive Prism provides a high-performance rendering engine that can display a broad range of file formats in realtime in the Archive client, without necessitating the application that created it. Authorized users can view all archived contents regardless of when a file was created or which application was used to create it.
Our archive offers the flexibility, files and fields for archival both in versioned and in unversioned form. Certain documents can be written directly to the archive in secure, revision-proof form. Other documents can undergo versioning until they have been finalized and sealed. This way, different states of a document can be “conserved” and reproduced if necessary. In the standard version, the archive always delivers the most recent version of course—with speed that has yet to be surpassed.
In daily work, employees should be able to concentrate fully on their core work. With our archive, we offer a significant reduction in the effort required for archiving. You can either have documents be automatically written from the process to the archive or else archive them selectively by use of practical add-ons. Time-consuming indexing and specification of keywords can be dispensed with. Our archive transfers all information (fields, attachments, fulltext, etc.) to the search database and allows you to search according to any keyword. We provide you with archiving just the way it’s meant to be—quick, simple, and reliable.
The xSuite Archive Prism stands out for its synthesis of speed and user-friendliness. Its speed is enhanced with a fusion of the technologies MongoDB and Elasticsearch. A search in a fulltext context will deliver results practically without delay. And your search will cover not only metadata, but also attachments and fulltext. When archiving, you can forego time-consuming indexing—the archive offers schema-free configuration. As a result, the user will not be required to add indexing information to the archive object—the technology will handle all necessary indexing in the background.