Logical Objects is proud to announce the immediate availability of LogicalDOC Enterprise 6.1

LogicalDOC is a proven Web-based Open Source Document Management system.
With its newly release version 6.1, LogicalDOC continues to provide a viable open source alternative to the user and business community.

LogicalDOC combines powerful document management software with an intuitive interface.
It is built using successful open source Java technologies such as GWT (Google Web Toolkit), Spring, Hibernate and Lucene and is a cost effective alternative that enables distributed organizations to manage their documents and resources over the internet.

With features like Version Control, Multilingual search capabilities, WebDAV interface, LogicalDOC provides a powerful and immediate solution for projects that rely on collaboration and digital documents.

LogicalDOC is available in 2 flavours: Open Source Community Edition and Commercial Editions.
You can find them on the official product site: http://www.logicaldoc.com

New Features
Core - Barcode support
Core - System and User quota to limit disk usage
Core - Multi volume storage
Core - Document rating system
User Interface - Implemented a restore password procedure
User Interface - Product News from LogicalDOC website
Administration - Search for Document Duplicates in the repository

Improvements
Core - Complete Indexing of PDF forms
Core - Metadata extraction from image files
User Interface - Listing tables appearance can be adjusted and saved between sessions.
User Interface - Ability to specify labels for custom fields on Templates
User Interface - PDF option in the on-line scan applet
User Interface - First implementation of the RTL support for arabic languages
User Interface - Complete localization for the Dutch language (a Big Thanks to Geert Koster)
User Interface - Ability to Move documents between folders with Drag'n'Drop
WebDAV - upgraded Jackrabbit dependencies to 1.6.4

View the features highlight of LogicalDOC 6.1
http://www.logicaldoc.com/document-management-system/whats-new.html

For a more detailed list you can also go to Release notes for LogicalDOC 6.1
http://wiki.logicaldoc.com/wiki/Release_notes_for_LogicalDOC_6.1


The LogicalDOC development Team