Track and trace all components that are reused within and between documents, as well as the type of reuse – Verbatim/As-is or Derivative/Repurposed.
Dashboards & Reports
Configurable and actionable dashboards, where users can navigate from the higher-level functional area to the documents and components.
Security & User Management
Attribute Based Access Control system, providing the configurability of user roles and creation of teams comprising of one or more roles.
Ingest structured and semi-structured documents to turn unstructured legacy content into structured content.
Information Model Management
Define the structure, policies and associated metadata for any type of information managed in the platform.
Microsoft Word templates can be configured and bound to the information model and metadata models to support the document types in the platform.
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Generate documents by reusing content from one or more existing documents based on reuse policies configured in the information models.
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Provide configurable lifecycles for documents and components and support the routing of components or documents for collaborative review-approval.
Provides the capability to configure and create content libraries for specific needs and components within the libraries made available to authors.
Integrations to external systems and repositories with the platform are implemented using an Integration Framework, using modern RESTful APIs.
Authors and reviewers can collaborate in real time and work with the entire document in their familiar user interface, Microsoft Word.
End users can interact with the system via the Browser-based Console that is delivered via a Web App, or via the native Microsoft Word App. Administrators and Information Architects will use the Console to set up and administer the system, while Authors will use the Word App to author and edit Documents and Components.
Supports the capability to preconfigure one or more templates that can be used to generate multiple outputs or variants simultaneously.