As you may know, the latest generation Active Wizard codebase utilizes the Activiti Business Process Management (BPM) Platform to provide dynamic workflow for Active Wizard forms and controlled documents. We started down the path of using Activiti in 2012 when we ported the Active Wizard to Alfresco. You can read more about our initial thoughts […]
Thanks to all of you that again made our Momentum EMC World our most successful posting days. This year was an interesting time. It really made our day to get feedback that many of you look forward to the summaries as well as how the blogs throughout the year have helped with Documentum-related decisions throughout […]
As mentioned in our previous post about managing controlled documents in Alfresco, Active Wizard 5.0 utilizes the Activiti BPM platform for dynamic workflow processes. If you’re curious about how dynamic workflow works in the Active Wizard, check out this post from earlier this year, which we wrote after we had posted our initial thoughts about Activiti. In […]
TSG has over 15 years experience building systems to manage controlled documents. Most of these systems have been built on top of Documentum for clients in various industries including Pharmaceuticals, Nuclear Energy, Manufacturing and others. When talking to these clients about their thoughts on moving from Documentum to Alfresco, the inevitable conversation comes up: “How […]
We met with a client this week that is evaluating the Active Wizard for an electronic forms infrastructure to replace many paper, Word and PDF forms within the organization. The Active Wizard is TSG’s most popular Open Source offering (currently on version 4.0). This post will present the “high priority” requirements along with our thoughts […]
In a previous post, we discussed how Alfresco compares to Documentum for managing Controlled Documents. A big part of the controlled document process is the workflow engine used for review and approval. This post will go into more detail on Activiti, the workflow engine used in Alfresco 4.0.