Subscribers sought for document management service

Ricky Houtris
Ricky Houtris

Subscriptions are now available to a new Internet-based document management service designed to provide not only quick and easy access to records, but also information about everything from revenues and expenses to fleet maintenance and work schedules.

Ricky Houtris, principal of the 2H Mechanical mechanical contracting company in Grand Junction, worked with computer programmers to develop DocSavy.

The service can handle documents and files of all formats and types, including e-mails, and can be used to manage everything from sales and purchases to assets and customer relationships. Because information is stored on the Internet, there’s no need to host a database or back up data.

By categorizing documents into various categories and states, DocSavy can display lists of documents as well as the information in those documents, in turn making it easier to monitor operations and make decisions. DocSavy also can be customized to fit the needs of individual customers and their unique documents and processes.

Houtris has used DocSavy at 2H Mechanical for nearly two years. The service also has been tested at Mountain Air Mechanical and Express Employment Professionals.

For more information about DocSavy, contact Katie Bock at (801) 900-3670 or visit the website at www.docsavy.com.

Initial sales efforts for DocSavy will focus on the Grand Valley. The first 20 Grand Valley companies that subscribe to DocSavy will receive personalized setup and telephone support for three months.