Confoodled...and I apologize ahead of time for being obtuse...I just keep seeing conflicting answers.
This forum discussion offers a cms comparison: http://www.sitefinity.com/support/forums/sitefinity-3-x/suggestions/sharepoint-vs-sitefinity.aspx
However, it's giving me a conflicting answer to what you gave. According to this comparison, sitefinity DOES offer a document management system.
How do you define document tracking as you use it in the answer above?
What is the document management system in sitefinity called?
Is it like or similar to microsoft sharepoint's document management? With sharepoint, a user can click on a document within the document management system, and perform a "check out" which locks the document to that user. No one else can edit that document until the user "checks in" the document.
This website explains in better detail what I mean by checking in and out files: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA101314791033.aspx
When I say document, I don't mean the website or webcontent itself. I'm talking about files, such as word documents, excel spreadsheets, etc., that are stored and accessible via a file/document management system.
Can sitefinity do this? If not, is that a plan for the future?