windream GmbH on CeBIT 2010: Hall 3, booth J 20 Bochum. With a wide-ranging exhibition program, the windream GmbH, manufacturer and supplier of the enterprise-content-management system will go this year again at the CeBIT at the start. New features and solutions for windream version 5.0, a Web application for the business-process-management system windream BPM, as well as the new version of the windream integration into the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server MOSS are in the focus of the trade fair activities. Together with the windream partner Konica Minolta presents also highly integrated solutions that connect Konica Minolta multifunction windream ECM system the Bochum-based manufacturer of ECM. The exhibition programme at the windream stand is rounded off by the ECM solutions developed by windream partners. In addition the windream GmbH, with two other jobs will be in the \”showcase digital post processing\” of the VOI e.V.
will be represented. Fast document viewing with the \”windream Aktenviewer\” with the brand new application \”windream Aktenviewer\” for the forthcoming windream version 5.0 can select and then a corresponding command of the windream context menus automatically in an HTML view over any, archived in the windream ECM-system files by multi selection in Windows Explorer. After selecting the desired documents, the new software displays the contents of a simple HTML page in a Web browser. In this way, larger document collections can be open for example, project-related information or file content of whatsoever in a single HTML file to view, read and easy transport on different media. The viewer will automatically convert the file contents from the selected original documents and incorporates them into the HTML view. This allows users to work without the need for the original documents at the same time with the Aktenviewer. So about facsimile integrate scanned documents in HTML view as images; also, PowerPoint presentations, Word or Excel files, as well as the windream Aktenviewer directly in the HTML format can represent any other file types and associated metadata.