Content Management

Content Management

Organize, Manage & Track Digital Documents

Content management does NOT have to be complicated and expensive. Valley Office Systems delivers the latest in enterprise content management solutions to help your business gain efficiency, increase productivity, and improve organization and management of documents and processes. Our affordable software solutions save you money and time (which of course means saving more money!) by streamlining your company’s workflows and increasing efficiencies.

Benefits & Features of Enterprise Content Management


Automate workflows and manage documents digitally, all while maintaining industry regulations and standards for compliance.


Easily track who has made changes and restore previous versions. The check-in and check-out functionality also prevents simultaneous changes.

Quick Access, Anywhere

Quickly search and find files based on metadata attributes and data classification, whether you are in the office or working remotely.

Easy Integration

Support for all file formats, such as Word, Excel, PDF, etc., makes for seamless integration with Windows. Additionally, you can import emails and integrate with CRM systems and other databases.

Scan & Archive

Compatible with all desktop scanners and all-in-one printers, you can efficiently archive files for long-term storage, and easily search them through text recognition capabilities.

To get a better handle on your company’s document and process management with enterprise content management solutions from Valley Office Systems, contact us today!

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May 21

Storing paper documents takes up a lot of valuable office space which could be used to expand offices and increase production. In extreme cases, paper can even pose a hazard like the backlog of files at one VA Center in North Carolina, where files were so heavy they were causing floors to bow. The report also pointed out that files (37,000 of them!) stacked on top of filing cabinets posed a hazard to workers, exposed important information to risk of damage and loss, and hindered productivity by making files difficult to locate.