InteliNotion’s  architecture is built on a base of extensible and integrated frameworks such as business object management, lifecycle management, and business process management that are the cornerstones supporting the end-to-end regulatory products and services continuum. In addition, the integrated business process management and rules engine, semantic search, and roles-based access control, all deliver a highly efficient and effective platform for structured content and component management.

InteliNotion is a modern cloud-based application platform that seamlessly and securely controls user access to roles-based actions on business objects via a Web Console, Microsoft Word (2013 and above), and dynamic Forms user interfaces. Access to actions in the user interfaces is based on assuring identity via federation with a global trust network and applying security policies using role assignments governed by a modern rules engine that controls the user’s permission to perform actions on business objects.

InteliNotion  is an extensible cloud-based Intelligent Content and Enterprise Information Management platform built on a structured content and component content management foundation. The platform is designed around delivering MS Word-centric reuse and re-purposing of content across compendiums of documents. A business configurable cloud-ready suite of services can be deployed to manage and control the generation, versioning, and release of content components across the entire end-to-end regulatory compliance continuum as defined for regulated products and/or services.

InteliNotion  is built on an extensible object-oriented database that provides the business with the flexibility to define, configure, and/or modify sets of business objects used to contain instances of templates, documents, and components. This database is the foundation used to provide extensible library services that allow for users to setup global, public, and private libraries with business-defined indexes. This provides users with multi-dimensional access options to browse structures of business objects, search metadata using controlled vocabulary and/or full text indexes, and use saved queries to quickly find information.

InteliNotion’s  object-oriented foundation provides access to its internal database and content storage, and seamlessly supports integration and binding to external services and data sources. 

InteliNotion  provides the business with a set of shared objects such as documents, components, and relationships that supports content reuse, and the automatic generation of documents from templates and other documents based on rules. Keystones of the shared types are the dynamic forms used to collect and define the common metadata, business-object properties, and content component-based elements identified with unique user-defined tags.

InteliNotion  empowers the business user enabling them with tools to define and configure such things as business objects and their relationships, policies, rules, and the granular level of component to match their business needs and standard operating procedures. This enables users to create, reuse, repurpose, review, collaborate, approve, and release business content using business-defined governance rules, master data, business domain taxonomies, indexes, and a selection of publishing methods, which in turn trigger intelligent automated processes such as document generation and directing roles-based work assignments. 

InteliNotion's  set of complimentary services efficiently and effectively manage the end-to-end nested lifecycle state-driven regulated products and/or services content and business process continuum. At the core are structured content and component management services that are integrated with metadata and business management services. Integrated services that by design support the automatic generation of documents utilizing user-defined templates, forms, existing documents, and business-extended, industry-compliant taxonomies. Services that holistically and progressively support the collaborative review and approval of information at metadata variable, component, template, and document levels.