Discover How Document Change Control Can Meet Your Organization’s Requirements
(presented by OpenText partner Kinematik)
Join this webinar to see how KineMatik customers have configured OpenText Document Change Control (DCC) for Content Suite to meet their individual requirements, whether these requirements are specific to a department or are company-wide.
Document Change Control by KineMatik automates and controls the document change management process in a workflow driven environment while utilizing the document management and security features of Content Suite. This highly configurable Application allows an organization to manage document creation, revision and obsoleting processes. Customization is not required.
Hear about 3 different Document Change Control use cases and see the value your organization will achieve by standardizing your document control:
Use Case 1 – Controlled documents for regulated environments
Regulated environments are under more pressure to manage their content in a more controlled manner. Relegation is no longer only associated to life sciences for document control and it is important to be able to prove that staff adhere to the organization’s processes. See how the KineMatik solution can be configured to ensure that 21 CFR Part 11 requirements can be met with in a very easy to use application.
Use Case 2 – Light Regulated Document Control
Sometimes an organization may not want to include PDF conversion and electronic signatures in their process as they regulations stringent as 21 CFR Part 11 still need to control their policies and procedures. However, there may be no need to convert to PDF for signing or there may be departments that want to manage their documents in a more proactive manner. See how configuration can be provided to control all document activities without the overhead of signing and PDF conversion.
Use Case 3 – Managing WIKIs in a controlled process for Procedures and Policies
Not all content management relates to documents and occasionally that content is of a HTML format. See how the document change control process can be configured to manage WIKIs for your policies and procedures along with the benefit of HTML based navigation and viewing.
Join us on February 27th, 2020 at 11am Eastern time.