LogicalDOC Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about LogicalDOC’s document management service for businesses. Includes info on LogicalDOC, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 25th, 2019

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LogicalDOC is a cloud-based document management platform for businesses. LogicalDOC’s solutions include knowledge management, a paperless office and a technical office. Businesses can use LogicalDOC to efficiently manage documents and increase productivity.

LogicalDOC Pricing:

LogicalDOC does not list pricing on their website. You can contact LogicalDOC here to get a tailored quote based on your business needs.

LogicalDOC Review:

Pros: Fantastic integration capabilities and easy-to-use interface.

Cons: The search feature is sometimes inaccurate and the customer support team is based in Italy.

Bottomline: Superb platform to streamline document management operations.

LogicalDOC Key Information Table:

Year Founded



New Jersey, USA


Marco Meschieri


1 (844) 576-0494


14-25 Plaza Road, Suite N-3-5, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410, USA



LogicalDOC FAQs:

Is there a LogicalDOC free trial?

A demo is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the LogicalDOC login?

There is no login capability on the LogicalDOC website. You will acquire login details once you have registered for their products.

What are some LogicalDOC alternatives?

Reviews of LogicalDOC:



crayiii - reddit.com

I tried LogicalDoc but those folks are crazy with their pricing and the community edition is crippled enough to be useless.

IsThatAll - reddit.com

For documents, I scan them as full text indexed PDF files, and store them in a LocigalDoc (https://www.logicaldoc.com/download-logicaldoc-community) instance in a docker container with all the necessary additional metadata fields. Edit: The docker container is backed up and replicated offsite for recovery purposes obviously. LogicalDoc - What I'm using now. Find that the interface can be a bit slow at times, especially with folders with a couple of thousand items, but apart from that, no complaints.

sturmblast - reddit.com

I use the commercial version of LogicalDocs http://www.logicaldoc.com/en.html for one of my clients. They seem to like it and I liked it enough to deploy it.

car031 - reddit.com

We replaced Alfresco with LogicalDOC since it is lightweight and easier to use and maintain.