Kimios is an open source document management program used to store, edit, create and track documents. Kimios offers smart digital workflow solutions and document control.
Kimios was designed to help companies and departments with a large document flow: Human Resources, Financial Departments, Quality Service, etc.
Kimios is mainly based on the Java platform, and can be run on any system supporting Java (>=8). The software can be connected to any storage infrastructure, and relies on PostgreSQL and Apache SolR for persistence.
- Remote access to all features of the DMS: create and edit documents, collaborate with other users, upload and systemize documents.
- Interface has been designed to fit any web standards and provide complete user experience in any browser.
- Easy search and comfortable indexing system.
- Document preview.
- Supports all types of content: text, images, video, 3D objects and many more.
- Supported authentication systems: Internal authentication, LDAP, Active Directory and Apereo CAS authentication.
- Web interface.
- REST API.
- SOAP API.
- SSO integration.
- Complete integration with Microsoft and Microsoft Office.
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