Document/Transmittal Management Software is based on SharePoint.

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Cadac Organice Transmit 2010 helps project-driven engineering industries distribute multiple documents to disparate recipients and offers management information to document controllers who need to track transmittals that have been sent. In addition to wizards for creating document packages, distribution lists, and transmittal definitions, solution features automatic generation of transmittal letters, specifiable tasks/deadlines, and MS SharePoint-based storage/management.



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Cadac Organice BV Introduces Advanced Transmittal Management in SharePoint with Cadac Organice Transmit 2010



The new version of Cadac Organice Transmit helps document controllers to further increase the efficiency in their document distribution process and offers even more capabilities to manage transmittals

Heerlen, The Netherlands - Cadac Organice BV, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and developer of Cadac Organice (a SharePoint based engineering document management solution), introduces a new version of Cadac Organice Transmit. This new version further enhances the document distribution process in SharePoint and offers advanced transmittal management functionality.

Cadac Organice Transmit is a solution for document control and transmittal management in SharePoint. It helps project-driven engineering industries by distributing multiple documents efficiently to multiple recipients at once and by offering management information to document controllers who need to track transmittals that have been sent.

Version 2010 further enhances the document distribution process in SharePoint and offers advanced transmittal management functionality. Document controllers are supported with intuitive wizards to create document packages, distribution lists and transmittal definitions. Transmittal letters are automatically generated for each recipient listing the documents and the transmittal reason. Tasks, for instance to approve or revise documents, can be specified for each recipient, and a deadline for these tasks can be set.

Packages, distribution lists and transmittal definitions are stored and managed in SharePoint. If changes are made to documents or recipients, the related packages and distribution lists are automatically flagged "outdated". Document controllers can update the package or distribution list and create new versions. This will then automatically flag the transmittal definition "outdated", so document controllers can retransmit it.

Cadac Organice Transmit 2010 is developed as a SharePoint solution and can easily be installed and deployed on the SharePoint server. The feature can then easily be activated on any new and existing SharePoint site that needs functionality for document control and transmittal management.

Cadac Organice Transmit 2010 is available from November 4, 2010.

About Cadac Organice
Cadac Organice is a software suite for engineering document management and document control and is based entirely on Microsoft SharePoint. Cadac Organice helps project-driven organizations manage (project) documents and it automates document control and tracking using transmittals and workflows. Cadac Organice is easy to use, is instantly accepted by users and immediately improves business processes and results of project-driven organizations. For more information, please visit www.organice.com.

About Cadac Group
Cadac Group is specialized in offering IT solutions to create, manage and share digital design information. Next to offering IT solutions, Cadac Group is an Independent Software Vendor developing Microsoft SharePoint based applications. The Cadac Organice Product Suite is worldwide successfully implemented at project-driven organizations. Cadac Group actively focuses on opportunities that support our customers in improving the design process and project communication. Cadac Group is an Autodesk Gold Partner, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and an Oracle Certified Partner. For more information, please visit www.cadac.com.

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