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Document Management

Drake Software — Drake Document Manager

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866-670-8471

DrakeSoftware.com

 

2011 Overall Rating 4.5

 

Best Firm Fit:

Drake Document Manager is designed to serve as an extension of the Drake tax and write-up applications and will, therefore, be a natural solution with great value for firms that are using these systems.

Strengths:

  • Direct integration with Drake tax preparation, planning & write-up applications
  • Configurable document folder structure
  • Pricing, since it is included in the price of the Drake tax software at no additional charge

Potential Limitations:

  • No SaaS/hosted option available

Executive Summary & Pricing

As with most of the solutions in this review group, the Drake Document Manager derives its value from the direct integration with the vendor’s tax and accounting applications. Beyond that, the feature set for managing all documents across your firm is limited. Document Manager is included in the Drake software bundle for the single price of $1,495, which is available for as low as $1,095 with early season discounts.

Product Delivery Methods:

_X_ On-Premises

___ SaaS

___ Hosted by Vendor

 

Core Product Functions/Features – 4.75

Integration – 4.5

Advanced Functionality – 4

 

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