We’ve got a little green for you today. Not green as in money of course (who has any of that these days?) but green as in a document management tool that saves trees and all that jazz.

A new version of Document Locator, ColumbiaSoft’s (news, site) paperless document management application, was recently launched. The tool works with Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, and offer customers security, nifty user interface features and reliability improvements in addition to a cleaner environment.


Oregon-based ColumbiaSoft swims in the document management pool. Their tools are designed to do the regular doc management stuff like enhance efficiency, reduce risk and improve collaboration through the management of e-mail, faxes, and other electronic files.

The Locating of the Documents

Document Locator 5.3’s selling point is that it is designed to work with both the 32-bit and the 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. ColumbiaSoft’s integration with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office applications, including Outlook, allows users to do their business within a familiar application. The company argues that this integration “speeds user-adoption and lowers training requirements, making the system easier and faster to deploy across the workforce.”

“ColumbiaSoft is excited to launch this new version of Document Locator,” said David Pogue, executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at ColumbiaSoft. “Making our application compatible with Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 helps us offer our customers compelling benefits, including improved security and reliability features, full support for multi-core processing, sophisticated management features, and flexible access administration to improve mobile working.”

The Locating of the Document Locator

ColumbiaSoft offers an introductory video in addition to weekly introduction videos and webinars all to help you get familiar with Document Locator and the ins and outs of document management.