Valid archive retrieval goes online

Valid Information Systems launched a Java-based e-government information system at the Oracleworld conference in Copenhagen last...

Valid Information Systems launched a Java-based e-government information system at the Oracleworld conference in Copenhagen last week, writes Eric Doyle.

R/KYV (pronounced "archive") v9i has Public Records Office approval and runs on Oracle's application server to provide access to stored information through PCs and a range of mobile devices. The common interface can be used to access word-processed documents, images, spreadsheets and e-mail, whether stored on disc, CDs or video media.

Stuart Turner, a senior vice-president at Oracle, said the combination of the Java/ XML software running on the Oracle 9i database results in "a fully scalable, flexible and cost-effective off-the-shelf e-business solution that can comply fully with any governmental legislation".

The company said integrating the software with Oracle's portal and application server as a Web-based system meant that deployment is faster and performance is up to four times faster than previous versions of R/KYV. Additionally, the product's search capabilities and integration with authoring tools have been expanded.

R/KYV v9i contains a records management module that complies with the Data Protection Act.

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