What’s included? How does implementation take? Find out below!
Does ALOE have a file size limit to the number of contracts and other documents that can be stored within the repository? At what point is system functionality or speed compromised? Is there a corresponding monetary penalty if such “throttling” is applied?
Our initial implementation allows up to 16GB of data to be stored. If the data size exceeds the limit, the server will be upgraded to ensure there is no significant impact on ALOE’s performance. Additional costs are not incurred until storage exceeds 32GB.
Does ALOE come with a document storage function? (Sham/Arb) contract storage, retrieval, and related (scanned images, emails, faxes, or externally generated information) or attached documents? What are the supported file formats?
Yes, ALOE has an OCR capable document storage system. This allows for easy storage, retrieval, and searchability of your documents.
The document storage system supports all file formats, including: Word documents (. doc);
Web text pages (. htm or . html); Web page images (.gif and .jpg); Adobe Postcript files (. ps); Adobe Acrobat files (. pdf); Executable programs (.exe); and Multimedia files (. mp3 and others).
Yes, contracts can be migrated into the document storage system. This additional service allows for indexing and pulling basic fields like contract name, party name, effective date, expiration date, renewal date and non-renewal period. Because the process is blended with automated and manual tasks, the number of documents dictates the costs and extra timing associated with the migration.