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Posted on 2014-01-13
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Folks,

Looking for some suggestions where possible for a software solution for "managing" business policy documents!

We have a number of business policies (which should be available to view by all staff), we also have several different sites which means these policies might require a section/paragraph devoted to that specific site within the policy.

Naturally we need to keep tabs on changes to the policies over the years as well as needing  policy change to be submitted for review prior to becoming  live document. Current documents are in Word and converted to PDF for dissemination.

We have access to Oracle or SQL Server Dbs and would like the "policies" to be available from a web browser (we have some kiosk devices which are browser only). We are a not-for-profit org, due to current workloads we're looking for a quick initial solution to this requirement if possible, knowing it could grow into a fully blown project down the track!

looking forward to any thoughts (large or small)

Thanks & regards
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by:Swadhin Ray
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You can make use of Oracle APEX to achieve your requirement.

You check from the below URL:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/apex/application-express/apex-com-commercial-apps-094049.html

Check under : Bliva - www.bliva.com      
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And...Perhaps base in on a data model similar to this: Document Management
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by:wspall
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Thanks for your comments folks, whilst I'd love to build an APEX app based on that data model provided, time is of the essence.... just wondering if there are any nice off the shelf products that people might have used ??
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by:Sanjeev Labh
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Oracle Webcenter content management system is available of the shelf.

https://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware/webcenter/content/features/index.html

One more very easy off the shelf solution that you can use in Windows Sharepoint services.
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