ResWareTM simply redefines what "total solution" really means. No other industry software solution offers so much in one, integrated .NET package. Workflow process automation with Action Lists, dynamic Transactional RoboticsTM, and e-mail & fax server integration; vendor & AfBA partner management and coordination; web-based transaction management; document management; title, escrow, and closing production; auditing, advanced trust & escrow accounting; self-administration; and an unsurpassed list of advanced paperless office features make ResWareTM —
The New Real Estate Industry StandardTM
The sizing of servers is HIGHLY dependent on the number of employees, number of branches, bandwidth available at centralized and branch locations, average sizes of scanned images, number of visitors to TMS web site per hour, etc. It may be that you have servers that could be used for these purposes and that servers may not have to be purchased. Any hardware brand will do – whatever you’re comfortable with. The specs don’t need to be totally high end, but reasonably recent (ie: leading edge, not bleeding edge, so it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg).
These are the minimum specifications for SQL Server, ResWare Application Server, Web Server, and ResWare™ Client workstations. Again, sizing of servers is highly dependent on the number of users, number of remote connections, connection speeds and latency, order volume, workflow process complexity, etc. All proposed hardware should be discussed with Adeptive and Customer Internal IT support before purchases are made. These requirements below are periodically updated by Adeptive and the new requirements shall replace those listed directly below
ResWare Application Server:
Same basic specs as the SQL Server but it can use larger, slower drives in a RAID 5 configuration. Use a chassis that you can add more drives to later for expansion. For example:
Same basic specs as the SQL Server, but slower drives can be used:
• Microsoft® SQL Server 2005/2008/2012 or later Core Processor License (CAL-based license cannot be used due to web-based access to the application) Please see www.microsoft.com web site or more information on requirement, as of March 2012, to purchase Microsoft® SQL Server 2012 based on the number of cores utilized for SQL in the SQL Server. For more information, visit http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/default.aspx and download the White Paper entitled “SQL Server 2012 Licensing Datasheet & FAQ: Published: March 7, 2012″. SQL Core Processor Licenses are now offered by Microsoft® in multiples of two (2).
We’ve found that a good source for SQL Server Licenses is Software Media. See link below:
Notes: Windows Client can be run in a Citrix or Terminal Services environment. Client’s system administrators will be responsible for all setup, maintenance, and performance of such environment, including printing, drag-and-drop functionality, multi-monitor display, etc.