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 the launch of IntelliChief ECM 4.1, featuring new mobile workflow abilities, Microsoft Active Directory synchronization, and enhanced utilization support of numerous native document file types. The ECM system expands functionality among business systems while enabling productivity from any convenient location. The IntelliChief ECM 4.1 system additions encompass: (1) Mobile – new web server client and mobile browser enables on-the-go users to view, index and add notes to project and transaction documentation, simplifying workflow approval processes for approvers and their colleagues. (2) Active Directory Support – users can synchronize data from their Active Directory profiles with IntelliChief user profiles, further diminishing manual system administration keying, while improving automated workflow management. (3) Support for additional file types in the IntelliChief Viewer – native document file formats and their TIFF images, all able to be fully utilized in the IntelliChief Workbench.”
The release continues, “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. Areas of use include Accounting (both Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable), Finance, Purchasing, Customer Service, Human Resources, IT, Legal, Logistics/Distribution, Operations and other paper and process-intensive departments, supporting time and cost savings throughout organizations.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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