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GBS Corp. (www.gbscorp.com) has a leading forms management program and
extensive back-end imaging/eDocument /workflow functionality, and has great
references.  Let me know if more info would be helpful.

Eric Collins, CRM
877-427-0002

At 01:02 PM 1/27/01 -0800, you wrote:
>These are the only responses I got and I haven't check any out as of yet.
>
>Hope it helps  ... bd
>
>Greetings,
>
>You might wish to take a look at Saperion.  It has been highly rated by
>Doculabs as an integrated EDMS solution offering: Production level Imaging,
>Document Management, Storage Management, SQL/ODBC support, High security,
>and much more.
>
>If your requirements are simple, then an entry level version will help do
>what you need.  It will then scale up as your project grows.
>
>Please visit our site at www.enarainc.com to learn more.
>
>Best regards,
>
>Monqez Shureih
>Enara Technologies Inc.
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>www.enarainc.com
>613-261-1808
>
>I read with your interest your question regarding incoming mail and capture.
>
>I work for a company which is known as an enterprise eBusiness software
>company.  Our roots however are in document management and significant
>portion of the software revolves around our scanning product.  Depending on
>the size and scope of access requirements our software might be just what
>you are looking for because of the webcentric environment our software
>integrates too.
>
>Please advise if you are willing to discuss.  Thank you.
>
>Kyle Kauss
>www.invisionresearch.com
>949-477-2200 ext. 214
>
>Dear Mr Dalton,
>
>Hopefully I may make a useful suggestion to solve your correspondance
>system.
>
>I am responsible for the Marketing of a Document & Knowledge Management
>System Designed and developed over 10 yeears in the UK. Six years ago we
>identified that people want more than a filing system.
>
>One of the many additional functionalities we added was a Virtual Postroom,
>where correspondence can be scanned daily and forwarded to Virtual Inbox's
>on peoples desktops PC for junking or filing in our document management
>system. Classified simply at this stage by Source and destination of the
>document.
>
>Other functionalities we added are the ability to forward, circulate and
>action any document to other users, record phone conversations and link
>these directly to customers file for instant retrieval ..... and there's
>more !
>
>If this is of interest please feel free to review our product at
>www.virtualpaper.co.uk or email me by return.
>
>Regrds
>
>Ian Datlen
>Sales & Marketing Manager
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Karen Ng" <[log in to unmask]>
>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 7:50 AM
>Subject: Re: Correspondence-Mail Management
>
>
>I would be appreciate any response you receive on this topic as well.
>
>Thanks
>
>Karen Ng
>Records Analyst
>The Becker Group of Companies
>#200 4245-97 Street
>Edmonton, AB  T6E-5Y7
>Phone # (780) 465-5959 Ext. 103
>Fax # (780) 468-5582
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:   R W Dalton, CRM [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent:   Thursday, January 18, 2001 3:37 PM
>To:     [log in to unmask]
>Subject:        Correspondence-Mail Management
>
>Anyone have a recommendation for an electronic system to capture and manage
>the mail for an organization that receives approximately 50-100 pieces of
>correspondence each day.
>
>Thanks...
>
>R Dalton, CRM
>daltonconsulting
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