Saturday, March 04, 2006

Document Coding

Extranets can serve a very useful purpose as a mechanism to allow document coders who are located in different geographical locations to all access a document repository and work simultaneously on the coding process. Without the functionality of an extranet, the most common scenario to support this need might be to provide remote access to a document database via a common remote access tool. Sometime, there can be issues with response time and printing when remote access of this type is granted.

So, if you need to hook up several locations to a set of documents/images/PDF's, etc. to be coded, you might want to consider using a legal extranet system to perform this function.