The manufacturer of IT-solutions for business process management "Nauka" and Russian developer RED SOFT confirmed compatibility of Riverdoc ECM system with the RED OS operating system.
Riverdoc is a Russian ECM system designed for automation of office work and business process management, including enforcement control. It allows you to organize a unified information space, improve the controllability of business processes, and optimize the work of employees and departments. It can be used by companies of any scale and in any branch of industry. RED OS is a Linux family operating system for servers and workstations, providing a universal environment for using applied software. The product is certified by FSTEC of Russia (#4060 from 12.01.2019), which confirms its compliance with security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases (#3751).
"Test results confirmed the correctness of Riverdoc operation with RED OS. Using of ECM system on the domestic operating system allows our clients, firstly, to reduce significantly the cost of ownership of the IT-infrastructure. Secondly, to increase their technological and sanctioning independence. Which is especially relevant for Russian companies and government agencies, as it fulfills the provisions of the order of the Ministry of Communications of Russia № 96 "On approval of the plan of software import substitution", - said Dmitry Chernov, Riverdoc product manager.
"The operating system must be not only user-friendly, but also functional. A high-quality expansion of the RED OS ecosystem gives the user the opportunity to choose the necessary related software to work with. In the era of digitalization, tools to optimize business processes have become extremely relevant. Positive test results of Riverdoc ECM system with RED OS will help to meet growing demand for sanction-resistant solutions. We thank our partners for cooperation!", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, commented.