Creatio highlights new tools for stronger document management
Creatio (formerly bpm'online), a low-code, process automation and CRM company, is launching five top solutions on the Creatio Marketplace for better document management.
The tools will automate the process of managing documents from creation to storage to distribution throughout the company, increasing efficiency and reducing the cost and clutter of maintaining paper records.
PandaDoc Document Management for Creatio complements the Creatio platform with powerful features that enable businesses to easily generate, send, and track documents within CRM.
The solution automates the entire document workflow and reduces time spent on document creation, negotiation, and completion.
DocFlow Creatio is a powerful application that provides all the needed functionality to comprehensively manage the processes of creating, registering, approving, executing and archiving documents.
The flexible licensing policy makes it a perfect tool for both companies of any size to process thousands of documents every day.
NormaDocs for Creatio is an advanced add-on that enables users to create structured libraries of internal and external normative documents, allowing users to create, coordinate, and publish normative documents, all well as create a library of internal reports.
DocFlow Collegial for Creatio allows users to organize the work of collegial institutions. The add-on provides centralized management of organizational matters by collegial institutions: committees, management boards, project groups, etc. With its help, users will be able to easily arrange meetings, manage protocols and exercise control over the execution of decisions made
The File Manager for Creatio add-on allows users to perform the most frequent file operations in the Creatio system.
This solution will be especially useful for those who work with files a lot in Creatio. For example, working with document scans, galleries of product images, and other files that need to be uploaded, structured, and viewed in the system.
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