Enadoc is continually creating features for the improvement of user experience, security, and productivity; one of which is what we proudly call Image Delivery Engine (IDE).

As the name implies, this feature basically lessens the loading time of images in the library. The feature has already been enjoyed by all current and previous Enadoc version users.

So how does it work?

First, users access Enadoc through their favorite browsers. The users will then request for a document they need. The IDE will then fetch the requested image in its minimal quality. This is important because (1) it will drastically lessen the waiting time for all the document pages to be accessed and (2) it won’t take up the computer’s memory for just to load the images.

At this rate, users can already do document actions (based on what User Group Rights they are in) to any pages of the document.

In the same note, security measures in this stage are in effect (i.e., redaction, watermarks, etc.)

What makes this IDE brilliant is that it’s not just limited to heighten productivity, but also to strengthen security.

Everything IDE processed in the user’s browser will not leave a trace for anyone to have access to. The IDE never stores any cached images and settings in the browser – even in the PC. Everything will be securely logged in Enadoc server alone.

So every time the user accesses a document, it won’t leave an image trail in their browsers’ history log and in their PC’s.

This Enadoc functionality – the Image Delivery Engine – is what makes Enadoc a top-of-the-line document imaging system when it comes to productivity and security.

If this tickled your interest, we can personally discuss the features with you or you can drop us a line through our website.