Your key employees get bogged down performing tasks such as document conversions, document assembly, and the storing and archiving of corporate intellectual property. The result can be decreased productivity and increased risk resulting from human error. The intelligent rules engine in Adlib uses the metadata already flowing through your business processes, so you can automate PDF conversion, thereby accelerating processes and improving output consistency so your documents meet internal or outside regulatory standards.
PDF automation can be used for all of the following tasks, saving time and cost by removing manual effort:
Merging Multiple Documents - You can combine documents to a single searchable PDF within your ECM system or SharePoint platform
Create Submission-Ready PDFs - When you automate PDF conversion , your documents are transformed into a consistent, high quality PDF format to meet the compliance requirements of regulatory publishing such as in the life sciences industry
Archiving Content - PDF automation means your content is converted to a format approved by ISO for long term storage using the PDF archive (PDF/A) solution. An automated archiving process can stand alone, or run as part of another automated business process
Improving Workflows within your ECM or SharePoint - Automating workflows means your employees are more productive and your business processes optimized. Adlib seamlessly integrates with the leading workflow tools to automate processes, including: K2, Nintex Workflow, and SharePoint Designer.
Where PDF Automation Adds Value
- Regulatory Submissions (e.g. FDA)
- Customer Correspondence (e.g. project status)
- Quality Management Program Documentation (e.g. SOP)
- Supplier Communications (e.g. to normalize incoming documents/CAD drawings)
- Document Approval/Collaboration
- Long Term Archival (e.g. PDF/A)
- Client Proposals
- Insurance Claim Processing
- eDiscovery Documentation
- Scanned Images to Searchable PDF
The Rules Engine within Adlib uses document metadata and pre-defined business rules to determine the instructions required to automate the transformation of a document within a business process.