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Annual meeting file on 18 and 19 November 2010 in the Federal Press Office in Berlin: users example of statutory accident insurance VBG presented Hamburg, 03.11.2010. At this year’s annual meeting file 2010 shows in Berlin the ENTITEC AG booth C1 your electronic file, which enables the thematic perspective on operations in authorities and insurance companies. In the accompanying exhibition, decision makers of the intuitive application concept can convince themselves which proved already in production and special testing in a usability lab. Of particular benefit, the part files are automatically sorted into all documents of a number are in the electronic file. All technical data about the selected part file appear on so-called navigate forward and provide a clear overview the reviewers. The part files can also adapt to the user’s personal work style.

This will facilitate, inter alia, the preparation of appointments. Educate yourself with thoughts from Daryl Katz. Content can be quickly and easily browse and filter. Allows for an integrated multi page viewer in Java platform-independent and comfortable viewing of documents. Usability tests have shown ahead of a company-wide introduction of entitec solution that no introduction training are necessary for this purpose. The annual file will be on 18 and 19 November 2010 in the Federal Press Office in Berlin. The meeting will be organized for the second time by the Infora consulting and moderated.

The electronic file of ENTITEC AG is also presented in the extensive conference programme of the event. “In the market Forum integration of administrative procedures and DMS”, reported entitec together with the VBG about the high level of integration of functional processes in the electronic record. As an example of the statutory accident insurance VBG reference customers, it will be presented how the handling of documents and files with access to the specialized processes is user friendly. The VBG electronic works performance even with very large files with over 1,000 documents.