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by Tony Bosworth. CIO, 9 May 2006. ""A DMS (document management system) is an excellent start for a government department because it gets all of the documents into a central place. But that's really all it does," says Jamie Wodetzki, CEO of SpeedLegal, a Melbourne-based company providing specialist DMS to government and financial institutions. Wodetzki says that the fundamental purpose of the DMS is to get the useful documents into some central place, "where people can find them and keep track of them and find out who has done what and when"..."
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