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DocuLex has launched its Archive Studio program as a software as a service (SaaS) option, online Web-based content management providing remote document access, permissions, printing and distribution.

This service enables secure document warehousing and sharing for practical knowledge management and colleague collaboration. The service was created for organizations seeking an affordable server space allocation option. It serves an organization's need to share documents among multiple offices, with other companies or the public, as well as for record storage centers and document service bureaus, enabling their availability digitally through the Internet for client access.

Archive Studio SaaS is facilitated by WebSearch, a component of the Archive Studio designed to allow sharing of document collections over the Internet. Users are presented with a custom portal design specifically to their content management needs, including scanned paper converted to PDF and electronically created files in their native formats (including email with attachments). Secure document access is a key component to the architecture of this hosting offering, with encrypted site access and SSL protection.

Small businesses, large corporations, records storage facilities, document service bureaus and government agencies can consolidate document management software to one product when hosting document collections for various divisions and clients. Internet access to documents is available, anytime and anywhere, without the costs and responsibility associates with owning and supporting a document management system.

For additional information on DocuLex Archive Studio Content Management Software as a Service, and to access an online self-guided demonstration, visit  


About DocuLex WebSearch

A component of DocuLex Archive Studio, WebSearch is an easy to use, browser-based enterprise content management application developed for use throughout a business's operations to enable secure content access from any location with convenience of use that is similar, yet easier, than an Internet search engine. Searches may be performed using document specific meta data descriptions, full text content, as well as date ranges, search history, search lists and saved searches.

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