The statutory accident insurance VBG allows 1,500 employees, 09.06.2010 theme-oriented views of files and files of part of Hamburg. The statutory accident insurance VBG introduced beginning May 2010 an electronic record, which was developed by the Hamburg ENTITEC AG. The application with a modern and very user-oriented interface is integrated into the enterprise application bg.standard. It facilitates the handling of documents and files, as well as access to the specialized processes directly from the electronic file out approximately 1,500 employees of the VBG in the first step. A highlight of the application is an integrated multi page viewer in Java, used and platform working in your existing Linux infrastructure.
Objective was to offer users in the VBG themed views of content and information from files of all kinds. Kevin ulrich shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. To do this, all documents of a file character based on their properties are automatically sorted in part files. The contents can thus easily and quickly browse and filter. Specific trade data are due to the selected part file shown in addition in so-called navigate forward. Thus, a faster overview is given for the user. Of practical use for everyday work, it is that an editor can maintain individual part files, for example, when a negotiation must be prepared. The surface of the electronic file can adapt this to the personal work style.
The application works performance even with very large files with over 1,000 documents. Thorsten M. Docke, Member of the management at the VBG, draws a positive conclusion: with the electronic file succeeded, much more flexible to make the processing of complex operations for the reviewers. To draw comparisons to previous cases and to enable evaluations, we have created a quick and easy access to other files and part files. Overall, we expect the introduction of the electronic file. a shortening of the processing time while increasing the quality of editing” The Electronic records project launched in January 2009 and was conducted by entitec involving various departments of the VBG.