TSG has just completed another enhancement to OpenAnnotate to allow for users to electronically sign documents using their finger or mouse to put their “wet signature” on a document as a digital annotation. This post will outline TSG’s methodology for performing electronic signatures in a variety of different ways.
Earlier this year, we announced that we now support integrating D2 with OpenAnnotate to provide document annotation capabilities. For this post, we thought we’d dive deeper into the user interface aspect of the integration and compare the D2 approach with HPI.
TSG has just finished our latest addition to OpenAnnotate to support annotations of various file formats including mp4 (video) and wav/mp3/aac (audio). This post will present our approach as well as a short video demonstration.
TSG is excited to announce the general availability of TSG’s Alfresco Share connector for OpenAnnotate to allow replacement of the default Share viewer. Using OpenAnnotate as the Share viewer allows for users to always see any annotations on a document as well as immediately make new annotations. This post will outline the advantages of using […]
Recently, Jody Avirgan from FiveThrityEight posted an excellent discussion with Barbara Haws, archivist & historian at the New York Philharmonic and one of our favorite TSG clients, detailing how the digital archive has grown over the last several years. TSG assisted NY Philharmonic in digitizing and ingesting terabytes of data which include historical documents, music […]
We have recently been working with multiple clients that have streamlined their review and approval process to increase throughput and decrease turnaround time. One key process improvement is allowing for quick and simple annotations during the review cycle. TSG’s OpenAnnotate provides for quick, browser based annotations and now includes Workshare Compare integration as well. This post […]
Over the last six years, OpenAnnotate has evolved from supporting only simple annotations to gradually supporting all XFDF features as well as additional collaboration capabilities. Driven by our clients, OpenAnnotate has added a variety of different functionality including collaboration, highlighting, indexing, and redaction. With a modern approach, OpenAnnotate has successfully replaced numerous legacy annotation tools including Documentum’s PDF Annotation Services […]
Similar to Documentum’s PDF Annotation Services End of Service/Support, CSC’s AnnoDoc team has announced that their Annotation tool for Documentum will be moving to unsupported as of July 2016. As a strategic partner with CSC, TSG is currently working with a multiple AnnoDoc clients to deploy TSG’s OpenAnnotate as a more robust, supported and lower cost replacement. This […]
Last week, TSG conducted a product briefing for some select clients. One of our large Alfresco claim processing clients, currently leveraging the TSG Policy and Claim solution for Alfresco, Documentum or Hadoop, was an active participant and brainstormed on their current and future needs. This post will highlight those conversations and vision as well as […]