Many entrepreneurs who are interested in DMS Namejs ask us about the experience of other companies in their field of business in using DMS Namejs. Here we want to clarify that no two DMS Namejs system implementations are the same because each, whether it is an entrepreneur or a public administration, has its priorities and its processes. Often, associated companies choose to use their standard processes, but even standard may vary in nuances.

With DVS Namejs, it handles a variety of document-related processes, but choosing with what to start implementation depends on the challenges your company is facing.

Here are some examples:

  • A multinational company needed to automate all personnel-related documents so that employees could submit them themselves to the manager for approval and see the orders related to them. Therefore, the first thing we implemented was the processing of personal documents.
  • For one company, it was important to deliver current quality management processes to employes so they could start using them in their work, so it was their first implementation priority.
  • For a company that wanted to get rid of its existing archive of paper documents, a document registration process for historical documents was implemented first.
  • For a company, which always made important decisions based on various materials (documents, offers, presentations) in board meetings, the first priority was to automate the meeting process by electronic voting and generation of the protocol in minutes after the meeting.
  • For a company operating an active business based on order contracts, the main priority was to automate the contract process.


  • A company with several branches needed to ensure a remote document circulation process, which was accomplished with the introduction of correspondence and contract circulation system.


For small businesses that do not have their own strictly defined processes, we offer a standard template configuration that already includes the most commonly used document circulation processes (correspondence, contracts, orders, regulations) and can be adjusted to their needs.