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Digital Signature is a signature appended to e-mails sent back and forth with draft attachments during collaboration process that informs user which draft it is and by whom it was saved. Finding latest version of a document is very simple to track.
Version History ties everything together by presenting a visual flowchart outlining “genealogy” of document. Each draft is accounted for, and who, what, when, where, and why of document and its drafts are always answered.
Merge is usually final and most difficult step of document collaboration. However, adopting right collaboration software simplifies this process by allowing you to compare changes in a document, even when those changes are saved in different locations or in your email account. Merging documents is often synonymous with sifting through document chaos, but collaboration software suites which can manage ad hoc business collaboration simplify tracking and merging of document drafts.
Businesses move quickly, and collaboration software needs to be able to keep up. Business collaboration can be a messy ad hoc process, and collaboration software needs to be able to manage it. Merging business documents can be confusing and chaotic, and collaboration software needs to be able to simplify it. Digital Thread Technology, Digital Signature, and Version History are technologies that have combined to find a way to work way businesses do.
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