Statistically speaking, flying is the safest form of travel. This is because of the rigorous regulations, training, certifications, and checks that go into every single flight, making it one of the most data-driven travel industries in the world. Which makes it extremely important for us to ensure proper document management for aviation.
PDF, Portable Document Format (PDF) is a document viewing format created by Adobe Systems back in 1993. It was made in an open format in 2008. The PDF format was created to help documents retain text formatting, inline images, and typeface settings when shared between two different platforms with different software.
Remote work was on the rise long before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. While Metropolitan areas usually don’t have much to complain about vis-à-vis internet speeds, it is quite another tale for people residing in remote areas.
Folderit is backed up by a versatile automated approval workflow that allows users to acquire approvals on documents as per their process’ requirements. Folderit granted you the ability to get all digital approvals before a process comes through in any way you want. To add another layer of functionality to that feature is Folderit’s latest […]
Manufacturing is the bridge that takes us from ideation to practicality. People get bright ideas for fancy inventions all the time, but until we manufacture it and see what has turned up, it won’t be anything more than just an idea.
The term Document Management System refers to a platform that helps capture and manage electronic documents. Electronic Document and Records Management Systems deal with physical documents as well as digital documents.
Small businesses are the backbone of any functional economy. Small businesses are corner stores, mom and pop businesses, small startups with big dreams, companies at the brink of “making”, and everything in between those states. Small businesses are responsible for approximately 90% global job supply. Such businesses tend to rely on affordable all-round solutions that […]