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Eric Vanhoose Phones & Addresses

  • Dayton, OH
  • 1111 College Ave, Woodville, OH 43469 (419) 849-2816
  • 751 High St, Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 353-0390
  • Tiffin, OH
  • Fremont, OH
  • Perrysburg, OH
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Port Clinton, OH

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Us Patents

Electronic Document Manager

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US Patent:
2005016, Jul 28, 2005
Filed:
Jan 27, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/044434
Inventors:
Paul Vicars - Dayton OH,
Eric VanHoose - Dayton OH,
International Classification:
G06F017/30
G06F007/00
US Classification:
707002000
Abstract:
A system and method for managing electronic files and tasks in a way that is intuitive to the users, mimicking their environment, but “Process-Blind’. The system and method comprise a configurable structure that facilitates the accurate filing and subsequent locating of electronic files in underlying document/record management applications. The manager enables users, with permissions, to communicate with each other regarding these files and their work through ad-hoc workflows that are created by the user as needed, then retained as documentation of events. The manager provides an efficient, secure, auditable handling of unstructured data that is free of predetermined inflexible processes and is not dependant on specific underlying document management software.

Electronic Document Manager

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US Patent:
2008029, Nov 27, 2008
Filed:
Oct 23, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/877514
Inventors:
Paul David Vicars - Dayton OH,
Eric James VanHoose - Dayton OH,
International Classification:
G06F 9/46
US Classification:
718102
Abstract:
A system and method for managing electronic files and tasks in a way that is intuitive to the users, mimicking their environment. The system and method comprises a configurable structure that facilitates the accurate filing and subsequent locating of electronic files in underlying document management/record management (DM/RM) applications, as well the utilization of business rules to manage a process. The manager enables users, with permissions, to communicate with each other regarding these files and their work through ad-hoc workflows that are created by the user as needed, then retained as documentation of events. The manager provides an efficient, secure, auditable handling of unstructured data that is free of predetermined inflexible processes and is not dependant on specific underlying document management software. The system also provides the users a method for measuring the timeliness of structured and unstructured data and processes on a perpetual, real time basis.
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