As market interest grows, analyst coverage disappears. As far as these three major analyst companies go, none of them have ever covered the area of document automation.
In this new "Features and why they matter" series, we explore essential document automation technology, one feature at a time.
Today: the markers used to embed automation in templates.
Somewhere in your business, a new or existing document-generating process needs attention. The rationale for giving attention to such processes is that they are of sufficient value to the business to justify the attention.
While both are crucial for business success, one of these is of paramount importance and applicable to every business, regardless of market segmentation.
We are often asked to become "partners" with other companies who have a synergistic relationship with what we do. So why haven't we?
We are frequently asked about ActiveDocs’ relationship to Customer Communications Management, typically triggered by our notable absence from Gartner's CCM Magic Quadrant.
Q: How do you get down from an elephant? A: You don’t get down from an elephant; you get down from a duck. Pun or metaphysics? Stuck atop the elephant, can a mind shift get us closer to the ground?
The digitization of the shipping industry can't be stopped. It may take some time for the involved parties to accept blockchain as a trusted and internationally recognized system of record. Until then, why not work with what you have?
As smart contract technologies mature, the need will arise to make them more accessible to the wider audience of people who will need to understand what they’re agreeing to when they sign a smart contract.
We encounter a range of document automation experience in our engagements with prospective customers. We might generalize their underlying business driver as “better document processes”, but not what they do and what they know.
Working with prospective and existing clients the subject of document value often comes up and provokes discussions around what makes a document valuable; if it is valuable, then what is its value; and how do the processes that create the document reflect its value.
Document automation inherently replaces the work of humans, and does it better and faster; this is by many accounts the definition of AI (Artificial Intelligence). So why hasn’t anyone claimed that their document automation product is AI?