Document storage

  1. Filling the database with information from external sources and internal documents;
  2. Processing documents (distribution between folders);
  3. Selecting data for meetings. Preparing documents, creating presentations, changing access to files from private to public;
  4. Holding conferences within the office or with remote users;
  5. Analyzing results of the past conferences.

Formats of input files:
  • Plain text documents (TXT files);
  • Advanced text documents (MS Office formats);
  • HTML-documents;
  • PDF text documents (only text is extracted).

This is all done in case it is not restricted (for example, a PDF file can be restricted from editing).

All other documents are processed the same way.

Text data is selected, a picture is created for each page of a document and is saved as a separate PDF file.

  1. All input documents are processed into images;
  2. In order to save the internet traffic the volume of transferred data is optimized by caching. The documents are stored in different scales so that one can choose the optimal scale for each specific task;
  3. One can input a document divided into pages - in this case an image is created for each page and saved into the database;
  4. Documents are distributed between folders. For each folder a working area can be created, so that all documents are placed like on a desktop during the real meeting.
  5. Drag&Drop services and input of links to documents are supported.
  6. The displayed images of the documents can be moved and rotated to achieve a convenient view. In the working area one can arrange document images separately and create schemes (draw arrows from one document to another and different graphic objects - ovals, polygons, text boxes).


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