Solution: Manage and archive e-mails with enaio®
enaio® offers more than just audit-proof archiving of e-mails.
enaio® integrates with e-mail programs such as Microsoft Exchange.
You can transfer e-mails to workflows. This helps you to avoid interruptions in communication.
Direct Outlook integration
E-mails are assigned to the corresponding projects/users on a process-related basis, making it foolproof to retrieve them.
Manage and Archive E-Mails Across the Company
Improve collaboration and increase IT productivity
By integrating the workflow system integrated in enaio®, e-mails can be structured and processed according to predefined guidelines. Functional mailboxes (info@, press@, etc.) can also be managed.
At the same time, the solution covers all legal requirements for audit-proof, complete e-mail archiving. This means you are finally able to meet the compliance requirements your company is subjected to.
Incoming and outgoing e-mails, including attachments, are automatically archived in a central repository, guaranteeing full audit compliance for years to come.
- Deep integration with Microsoft Exchange/Outlook
- Audit-proof e-mail archiving
- Support in the fulfillment of IT compliance
- Structured and central storage of all e-mails
- Rule-based storage, either automated or via drag & drop
- Process-related management of e-mails in digital records
- Worldwide access to electronic business correspondence
- Avoidance of duplicate storage (Single Instance Store)
- Quick searches, including full-text search
- Transfer of e-mails to workflows
Today, enaio® manages approx. 330,000 business dossiers with over 1,000,000 business transactions. These include 4,200,000 documents, receipts, and e-mails.
Bruno Frutiger, Swiss Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM)
Our long-term goal is to avoid media disruptions throughout the entire hospital. In addition to the data from the HIS, documents and invoices, e-mails, Office files, and other documents need to be stored reliably in the digital archive.
Martin Overath, It Department Head, University Hospital Frankfurt/Main