Policy and Procedure users will now have access to Distribution Lists in Alfresco Content Accelerator. Distribution Lists allows users to receive automatic notifications when a document or a case folder reaches a specific status or lifecycle state. This post will explore how the Alfresco Content Accelerator uses Distributions to make end users more efficient.
With the recent launch of the Claims Content Accelerator and the Policy and Procedure Content Accelerator we would also like to highlight how the interface has been enhanced to provide for an efficient patient records experience. This post will outline some of the new enhancements to the Alfresco Content Accelerator that extend the functionality in […]
Back in 2014, we first added redaction capabilities to the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer (then OpenAnnotate). Since that time the needs and new use-cases for digital redaction (like GDPR or FoIA) have only grown, and the redaction capabilities in the Enterprise Viewer have continue expanding to meet those needs. This post will be an overview of […]
In this installment of the Content Accelerator Labs, we wanted to demonstrate a new view for navigating data with thumbnails in a timeline. The view is responsive and functions on either desktop on mobile devices/tablets to unlock a new way efficiently browse content.
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 […]
Recently Gartner Analyst and long-time ECM evangelist Marko Sillapaa posted an interesting article titled “Why Build a Content Services Platform from Scratch?” . In the article Marko correctly points out that “build your own” isn’t easy and it’s better to avoid home grown solutions where support could be required for 20 years. An alternative viewpoint comes […]
TSG initiated our 11 Billion benchmark on Friday, May 10th. As of today we have completed the fourth and final phase, testing our repository with 11,000 concurrent users. This post will share the results.
TSG initiated our 11 Billion benchmark test on Friday, May 10th. The first phase of the benchmark was aimed at building a large repository with our OpenMigrate ingestion tool and proving access for OpenContent Search, OpenContent Case and OpenAnnotate. The initial ingestion phase concluded on May 17th with 11 Billion documents and ingestion speeds of […]
TSG was a guest contributor to the Alfresco blog site this week.