Primeleaf Consulting's KRYSTAL™ Document Management and Imaging Software Systems enables organizations and individuals to Scan, Index, Capture, Retrieve, Manage, Control and Distribute critical business document safely and securely. Our document management software systems, replaces paper-based processes with electronic procedures, eliminating the printing, posting and manual filing of paper documents and thus it will drive significant cost savings across your organisation.
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KRYSTAL™ DMS - Community Edition 2016 is easy to use, powerful and completely free document management software that allows companies and individuals to centralize the management, storage, retrieval and distribution of documents.
KRYSTAL™ DMS - Community Edition 2016 comes bundled with an Open Source database and users do not have to invest in any other software. The latest version supports storage of 512 MB.
- Robust Document Management with Version Control
- Quick & Easy Document Search and Retreival
- Intuitive and Easy User Interface
- Document Sharing
- Permission based Access Control
- Detailed Audit Reports
- Completely Responsive Design
- No Startup Cost Completely FREE
- Accessible over the Internet, WAN or LAN
- Platform Independent
Great platform! I have one question: we're running Krystal on Linux, how can we set it running on a different port number?
The community-version is a joke. U can't even view a PDF-file into the system (browser) without downloading it. U have to use your linked software on your computer. Maybe the higher versions are usefull. Another point is that u have to make your own index for simple thinks like the files-name. By default documents just get an ID. U cant place the (default-)indexes where you want, you even can't edit them. You always have an DocumentID, RevisionID, creators name and the last modification user -infront- of your own indexes. I really gave this version a chance, but with this features its crap, sorry
No so good.
How can I use it for LAN,waht about the configuration?Tks
Thanks for Krystaldms, it's excellent!