OptimumSeries Integrates with MaxxVault’s Enterprise

OptimumSeries modules now provides Direct Integration with MaxxVault’s Enterprise Document Management Software, allowing users to directly access scanned content like documents, faxes, videos and medical images stored in MaxxVault.

When MaxxVault functions are invoked, automatically the patient and folders are selected based on the patient and functions being processed in the OptimumSeries User Interface.

Extensive context defined searches allow you to retrieve stored documents while working in ADL’s OptimumSeries User Interface.


MaxxVault provides electronic document management solutions for small and large healthcare companies. MaxxVault scales from in a single department to an enterprise wide document imaging solution.

OCRVault and WorkFlow
OCRVault can read your TIFF and PDF documents, with an advanced Optical Character Recognition technology, and accurately translate them into text documents. MaxxVault can then scan the text to populate index values and trigger workflow and filing rules. Imagine, a piece of paper is faxed or scanned and is automatically indexed and properly filed with fully editable content.

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OptimumSeries Now Provides Direct Interface to EMC’s Documentum Platform

OptimumSeries modules now provide Direct Interfaces to EMC’s Documentum Platform. This allows users to directly access to content (documents, photos, videos and medical images) via context defined searches when working in the OptimumSeries User Interface (GUI).

EMC Documentum provides for managing different types of content including business documents, photos, video, medical images, e-mail, XML-tagged documents, … etc. The Documentum Core is a repository in which the content is stored securely under compliance rules. This repository appears as a unified environment, although content may reside on multiple servers and physical storage devices.


Documentum provides a suite of services which include document management, collaboration, search, content classification, input management, customer communication management, Web content management, digital asset management, forms processing, Information Rights Management, compliance, and archiving.

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