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IntelliChief ECM Microsoft Active Directory Synchronization Aggregates Business System Information

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “IntelliChief, LLC, a provider of automated document management and workflow enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, announces that IntelliChief ECM’s Microsoft Active Directory synchronization aggregates business system information. The capability to synchronize data from Active Directory user profiles with IntelliChief ECM user profiles, enables User Authentication and universal system recognition, while further diminishing manual system administration keying and improving automated workflow’s review/approval routing. The information is continuously synchronized between a company’s network and their IntelliChief ECM system, ensuring each user’s permissions and workflow group inclusions in IntelliChief remains current.”

The release goes on, “This synchronization is based on a company’s specific business processes, data in their enterprise resource planning (ERP) and line of business systems, for immediate colleague communications and notifications. By adding users to workflow groups based on Active Directory information, each person’s specific privileges can be automatically applied. IntelliChief ECM provides a smooth, automated transition from costly manual document management and workflow functions. Its industry-awarded automated capture, document management, workflow and real-time analytic visibility enables users to capture documentation in any format, index contents and validate with data in their ERP and line of business applications, for lifecycle-managing all related documentation, facilitating optimized interdepartmental processes workflow automation and cash flow optimization.”

Read more at IntelliChief.com.

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