A&L Document Console is a document imaging program
that transforms human-readable images into computer-readable
In other words, the A&L Document Console takes whatever
information you may have, regardless of its form, and
translates it into a computer image. This computer image
can then be manipulated as a computer file.
This makes it flexible, accessible and convenient to use.
The A&L Document Console is your information center,
organizing all of your records so that they are filed
in your computer and accessible.
Through its use of a Graphical User Interface, the A&L
Document Console keeps all documents, photographs, files
or records looking the same as they did on paper. These
documents can be retrieved in seconds, printed, faxed,
emailed or simply viewed. Going to and from your filing
cabinet every time a client or document enters your office
will be a thing of the past.
The A&L Document Console is an information integrator
and file manager. It will help you keep abreast of daily
filing and refiling procedures while increasing your capacity
for document storage. Any document or file is now stored
in the computer, stored and indexed in a database, awaiting
access or retrieval.
Data Protection & Document
access to certain users through multi-levels of password
Built-in Search: Retrieves data instantly through a keyword
Multi-Format Support: Import file formats such as Microsoft Word (.DOC &
.DOT), Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Journal Notes (Microsoft
XP Tablet Edition), Microsoft OneNote, Lotus 1-2-3, WordPro,
WordPerfect, Video (.AVI & .MPG), Adobe PDF, Text
Files, RTF, BMP, JPEG, TIFF, EPS, Apple (Macintosh PCT
& MacPaint), Web Archive (.MHT) and a variety of other
Network Ready: Supports a variety of networking options, such as LAN
Image Adjustment: Zoom In and Rotate, just a few features in the Document Console.
Remote Access and VPN: Document Console can operate via VPN connections to data,
using TCP/IP networking technologies.
Console can operate via Remote or Local databases in a
variety of configurations
a document image has been captured, it is typically indexed
using one or more identifiers. A&L Document Console
allows you to determine your indexing criteria as you
design your file structure.