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What is ListWORKS?
Fujitsu’s Interstage ListWORKS (or simply List Works) is a program used for management of electronic documents and forms intended for mass printing, typically in a business environment. List Works is a product for the Japanese market, which means it is in Nihonggo and also requires a Japanese version of the Linux, Solaris or Windows operating systems to run.
Using List Works, companies can cut down on their expenses for printing, sorting, shipping, and paper storage. This is since it can serve as a solution for digitizing papers and forms of all sorts, offering document organization, management, and backup facilities for users. It can also serve as a document distribution facility within an organization. Users can specify particular print locations with high reliability—most printers are also compatible with it, so setting up the system is simple. It allows ladder-based user access folders for multi-tier storage directories and supports multi-server setups, with the possibility of adding more servers on the go. Corporations with rapidly expanding facilities can thus be assured that their document management system will keep up with their needs. It can also work with user authentication applications for document security.
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File types supported by ListWORKS
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Last updated: : December 3, 2014