By Raymond Sabharwal | March 11, 2014
Check out the On-Demand Webinar - IBM FileNet: Taking Rendering to the Next Level
“It’s time to say goodbye, but I think goodbyes are sad and I’d much rather say hello. Hello to a new adventure.” – Ernie Harwell
Goodbyes are rarely anyone’s favorite moment. But doesn’t it all depend on what you are saying goodbye to? Saying goodbye to a good friend indeed brings sadness but saying goodbye to something that was bringing you down is an uplifting moment.
In a recent live webinar, we helped FileNet administrators, ECM architects and IT professionals say goodbye to time-consuming manual document-to-PDF transformation processes. We empowered participants with the information to embark on a new adventure within IBM FileNet, and help their organizations increase efficiency, save time and money and increase collaboration across the enterprise. You can watch the recording of the webinar here.
The poll we conducted during the webinar showed that 40% of participants who responded are using some form of Advanced Rendering. While this statistic is encouraging, it means that 60% have still not said goodbye to cumbersome manual processes with the basic and limited rendering tools in their FileNet systems.
In the webinar we discussed the evolution of rendering documents to PDF and through a live demo showed how Adlib’s Advanced Rendering tool integrates into FileNet and improves the quality of rendering exponentially. By integrating Advanced Rendering into IBM FileNet, users can benefit from a number of features including:
The live demo also took a deep dive into Adlib’s integration with FileNet P8, gave some examples of metadata attributes and showed how the FileNet connector can be customized to work within your requirements.
All in all it was a positive experience as we helped participants say goodbye to old document-to-PDF conversion processes and a big hello to a faster, more reliable process which improves the quality of PDF output across the enterprise. Watch the on-demand webinar here and learn more about how you can integrate Advanced Rendering into your IBM FileNet environment.