Businesses have used Workplace XT for a long time to create process workflows, interact with content and define custom searches, so many have been hesitant to upgrade to Content Navigator due to the stress it could cause end-users. But we also have good news for you if you’re a FileNet customer still operating on Workplace XT: the conversion to IBM Content Navigator allows users to keep existing workflows and doesn’t require much customization.
Video demonstrating how Pyramid eXpeditor Tagging identifies process-specific information for content.
Since IBM launching FileNet P8, workflow-related tools such as Process Designer, Process Administrator and Process Tracker have typically been launched from Workplace XT (WPXT). However, recent versions of P8 shift more and more functionality to newer UIs like Advanced Console for Content Engine (ACCE) and IBM Content Navigator (ICN).
Have you heard? IBM reformatted their traditional IBM Content roadshows into workshops focused on Datacap, Case Manager/Content Foundation (FileNet) and ECM strategies.
Save Time. Increase Productivity. Improve Visibility. BOOKMARK.
This short video demonstrates how Pyramid eXpeditor Split/Merge allows business users to manipulate documents.
See how fast the Pyramid eXpeditor Bookmarking Viewer really is in this short video.
PX 4.0 includes a brand-new Bookmarking Viewer, that promises significant performance advantages and boasts major enhancements to existing features like Bookmarks, Tags, Split/Merge and Content Explorer.
A lot of our clients were unsure about attending IBM World of Watson (WoW) this year. As an IBM ECM (enterprise content management) Business Partner, we too were skeptical about being a Gold Sponsor. I mean, it’s Watson, c’mon! What could be more intimidating?
One of the most common questions clients ask us when designing an enterprise content management system is how to best define the document taxonomy.
Pyramid Solutions is excited to attend World of Watson 2016. As gold sponsors, we’ll join an elite group of thought leaders and 20,000 attendees to unleash the power of data, analytics and cognitive technology.