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INM eLibrary

by Integration New Media, Inc. (INM)

Platform(s): Windows 2000 Windows XP Mac OS X
License: Commercial

Application type: Server-side
Categories:
Searching & Indexing
Server-side
Viewers

Features

INM eLibrary is a modular and highly flexible solution designed for organizations that have large volumes of content they want to organize and present to users in a smart and appealing way.

Designed as a rich web application, INM eLibrary includes three key components tied into an elegant user interface:

1) Flexible administrative tools that are tailored to specific clients’ needs
2) Powerful search functionality
3) Integrated document viewing using INM Reach

INM eLibrary delivers:

  • Superior search capabilities Provides better access to files (search by keyword, category, file contents, Boolean search, multiple values, etc). Searches can be saved and reloaded for repeat queries.
  • Quick deployment time By leveraging a pre-packaged solution built on proven technology you can accelerate time to market and reduce overall development costs.
  • Customizable interface User experience can be tailored to accommodate both occasional users and power users.
  • Cross-platform access Users can access content from a variety of locations and systems.
  • Minimal technical support Uses all standard software which means less time invested in support and maintenance.

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