Most organizations with a standardized business process have documents in place to help employees learn the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in their respective departments. Besides SOPs, there are various other documents to be prepared, like agreement drafts, marketing communication, IT and security policies, employee handbooks etc. Most of these documents are worked on by multiple members of a team or multiple teams, resulting in various versions of the same document being created. In such a scenario, it becomes important to keep a track of the changes made to the document. The best way to do this is by using a document versioning system – popularly known as Version Control.