The Development of Smart Document Management System With Mobile Application Technology In Agricul-Tural Sector (Malaysia Sustainability Palm Oil)
The development of mobile application built as a platform that offers many additional features to organization to carry-out business operation especially in the life cycle management of document-based information. The lack of resources was one of the significant factors that contribute to the need of this system due to lean organization set up. Thus, the need to shift onto the effectiveness performance and importance of document management system (DMS) and electronic document management system (EDMS) will provide cost effective document management as to fulfill technical MSPO 2530:2015 requirements, dependencies and enhance data analysis efficiency. Organization requires to investigate fast result of responses in document and record traceability, especially the data analysis for quality investigation will provide the solution in developing in solving customer needs. Therefore, this project will provide the solution in developing the document management system (DMS) with mobile application that capable in taking responsibilities in updating record, capturing, storing, securing and document’s approval become faster and efficient. The software makes it easy for process operation in keep updating data information by directly transferring data into digital files instead of keeping a copy of scanned physical files. The software can support all document format such as Microsoft, Spreadsheet and Adobe Portable Document.
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