Document creation and output management
There are two key areas in output management: software used for creating and formatting documents and software that distributes the documents across all common output channels.
Output management is the ECM component that makes information available in electronic or physical form to various target groups via different output channels. The task of output management is therefore to optimize the entire process in terms of time, quality and, of course, cost.
Output management begins with the creation of documents
All business processes generate business documents. The processes also determine which leading system should supply the data and which channel should be used to issue the documents. For the creation of individual business correspondence DOPiX contains a flexible, user configurable WYSIWYG Editor. Depending on the assigned role, users can concentrate fully on producing the text without having to worry about formatting, output or dispatch.
Holistic view of information as the basis for efficient document processing
Our COPiX content integration solution provides a 360° view of all documents in associated systems. Those accessing the information don't even need to know in which system or archive the information is held. Users have a holistic view of all (archived) documents and an entire spectrum of electronic post-processing options to work with. Existing systems and archive systems are linked via standard connectors. As soon as a connection is made, users – or other systems – have quick, transparent access to all content. The content service platform does not require expensive, time-consuming content migration and all existing applications and file systems can continue to be used as normal.
Efficient business processes can be mapped out on the basis of a holistic information view. The processes themselves determine which leading system should supply the data and which channel should be used to issue the documents. DOPiX supports all types of document creation: interactive, process-integrated or in batches – independent of hardware, operating system, data format and output channel.