Today, ActiveDocs Limited unveiled the world’s first e-Learning service in the document automation and compliance space.
Through this service, ActiveDocs’ customers can access the expertise and best practices developed by ActiveDocs trainers and application specialists with years of experience in process automation.
Careful research was undertaken to study the typical, as well as the most advanced, document automation and compliance scenarios.
Based on this research, the Gold Standard for document automation has been developed and made available in an easily understandable form through the ActiveDocs e-Learning Center curriculum.
Todd Buckley, ActiveDocs VP Client Services, said:
“The ActiveDocs e-Learning Center has been designed to make the life of ActiveDocs Designers easier and more productive. The service allows Designers to hone in on specific features, and learn how to apply them in real-life Microsoft Word documents, using the Gold Standard approach for document automation and compliance. The ActiveDocs e-Learning Center complements the portfolio of ActiveDocs Training and Certification services, and becomes an essential tool in the ongoing education of all professionals in the document automation and compliance space.”
All ActiveDocs Designers in organizations that are current ActiveDocs customers can request access to the service on the e-Learning page.
* Grant of log on details is subject to Terms of Access
ActiveDocs develops Template management and document automation software that reduces the time and expense of creating documents, while mitigating the potential risk caused by inaccurate information. The company's solutions lower the possibility of complaints, legal issues and financial losses caused by manual document creation and help companies personalize standard, repeatable information. ActiveDocs has been in business since 1992, and specializes in state-of-the-art document automation and compliance for large enterprises. ActiveDocs' customer base covers over 160 of the Global Fortune 500, including the world's largest company – Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, ABB and many other global giants.