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Low cost Document Management System recommendation

Hi there.

I need to find an on premise DMS that will work on a windows platform with MS SQL if possible.
There will only be 20 users logging in.
10,000 pages max in total (will be mainly word docs)
I need versioning and audit logging
I need to be able to lock down access to download and to print.
I also need this to be cheap as possible as i work for a small company with almost zero budget.


Can anyone give me any recommendations?

Thanks very much.
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Thanks very much all.

After researching and talking to vendors we decided to go with Dokmee.

 The reason was because they gave us a deal based on On-Prem for just 2 months. £1000 for 10 concurrent user licenses. They also logged in and installed if for us and have been available for support (ive had a couple of questions for them).  If we need it for longer they quoted £500 for another month.

 Just thought i'd share the prices as nobody ever seems to let you know what they are until you speak to a sales rep. They also told me it would be 1900 euros for a permanent 1 user concurrent licence (any amount of users but only 1 allowed in at a time). I imagine you could possibly haggle that price down.
You're welcome — and thanks to you for taking the time to document your results. It's always good to know what way folks go with products. Good luck on the project! Regards, Joe