GCI Power Tools for Documents
Is your organization in need of an automated document publishing processes that allow you to integrate metadata, merge documents, convert content to PDF, and digitally sign documents within OpenText Content Server? GCI Power Tools for Documents provides a comprehensive document processing solution used by regulated organizations throughout the world
Flexible document process builder
From simple PDF conversions to complex regulated document assembly, Power Tools for Documents “Document Builders” enable you to develop and deploy automatic, controlled document production processes within Content Server. Using document builders, you can define standard components such as document templates, common format conversions, signing elements, and watermarks. These can then be pulled together into individual document assembly processes.
Automated document assembly and conversion
Power Tools for Documents automates document production activities, reducing manual work and eliminating costly production errors. With just a couple of clicks, published assembly process can be readily executed by any authorized Content Server user. Simple builders may allow them to convert individual files into PDF or other common formats. While more complex processes could collect multiple files of differing formats from a folder, merging them together to produce documents that are built using consistent rules.
Powerful document publishing solution
During production, required dynamic elements can be automatically generated by Power Tools for Documents and included into your documents. From tables of content, to header pages and watermarks, common elements can be created from common corporate templates and inserted into the correct position within your documents.
Additionally, Content Server metadata can be extracted from document or workflow attributes and inserted directly into the appropriate places within your documents, enabling you to embed attributes such as print dates, document numbers, or author details.
Integrated signatures and approval processing
hen ready for publishing, documents can be attached to Content Server workflows ready for review and approval, then finally sent for electronic or digital signing. Power Tools for Documents supports the signing of Word and PDF documents through Windows Certificate Authority, GlobalSign, and CoSign, as well as YubiKey two-factor authentication. Unlike other solutions, Power Tools for Documents signature pages look and feel like regular pages within your document, retaining standard elements such as headers, footers, and orientation.
If you want to automate your document production processes within OpenText Content Server, Power Tools for Documents is a must-have.