ITS is upgrading the Document Imaging System (Perceptive Content and WebNow). The service will be unavailable from 6 p.m. Friday, June 21 through 6 a.m. Monday, June 24. Refer to Upgrade Information and Announcements for more details.
The Document Imaging system is an enterprise content management system (also known as a document management system) supported by ITS, and is available for use on all three U-M campuses. It serves as a storage system for capturing and indexing critical documents that support various business processes around the university. Users of the system can upload and organize paper and electronic documents, retrieve those documents securely, and access them using a web or desktop client interface. The vendor name of the system is Perceptive Content, but it is referred to as Document Imaging.
The Document Imaging system focus is on document storage. It is not for storing digital images or radiographic images. It is primarily for business documents, and not documents containing Protected Health Information. The Document Imaging system cannot be used to capture any patient billing, patient records, or clinical-related documents from Michigan Medicine.