No Code was popularized by Salesforce and other SaaS vendors as a means to deliver business functionality without the requirement of developers, allowing users to configure specific capabilities and start using the application quickly. This post will present a background and the benefits of No Code as well as present how the OpenContent Management suite […]
TSG is happy to announce the Fall 2018 release of the OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS)! This release, version 3.1, follows our new product release Spring/Fall cadence that we have started this year. For this post, we will take a look at some of the notable enhancements included in the 3.1 release.
In the past, many clients have generated personalized forms utilizing Adobe Forms as a template for an OpenContent Form (previously known as Active Wizard). Recently, we’ve worked with an Insurance client to provide similar functionality using a Microsoft Word document with Mail Merge fields to produce personalized letters that can be sent out to clients. […]
We recently met with a publishing prospect that was looking for a document review and approval approach. As we have been discussing here since back in 2012, there is a significant benefit to having both a form AND dynamic workflow approach rather than just relying on workflow templates. This post will summarize some of the […]
We’ve recently added the ability for an Active Wizard form to use an Adobe Form as a template for PDF output.
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 […]
During our development of our Contract Management Solution, we found a common requirement to initiate a contract is the extraction of values from the CRM system. For one client, the information from their CRM system (Salesforce) was a easy way to jump start the contract development process while improving data integrity and reducing keying. This post will […]
To begin 2016, we’d like to do a post surrounding our thoughts on what Documentum clients should planning for in the upcoming year. See previous posts in 2012 and 2010. This year’s post will review our earlier tips and highlight our thoughts for 2016.
Based on a client need and as part of our Contract Management solution, TSG has developed an integration to HotDocs and has also become a reseller for HotDocs. HotDocs allows for data to drive the creation of documents and supports simple (ex: form letters) and complex (ex: contracts) document types. TSG’s integration allows the data […]