Perceptive Content / ImageNow 7.3

Hyland released Perceptive Content (ImageNow) 7.3 and Perceptive Experience Content Apps 3.0 in July 2019. In this webinar, RPI Consultants offers a full review of these releases, including new features, functionality, and enhancements.

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Daniel Jenab:

Hello everyone. Welcome to another one of RPI’s Webinar Wednesdays. Today, the topic is the much-anticipated release of Perceptive Content, formally known as ImageNow, 7.3, and the release of Perceptive Experience Content apps version 3.0, as well as why you may consider upgrading soon.

Before we get started, we do want to feature a few more upcoming webinars in our new live workshop series. Join John Marney, RPI’s Manager of Solution Delivery for the Content and Process Automation practice, on Friday, July 19th at 2 p.m. central for our first Live Workshop. John will be providing a short demonstration of ImageNow workflow, and the rest of the session will be open to QA and free advice.

Then, in August we will have a special Kofax RPA, or Robotic Process Automation, series of webinars, which include Bryant Bell, Director for Product Marketing at Kofax. First, we’ll be talking about Kofax RPA for accounts payable, then a best practice tips and tricks for Kofax RPA, formerly known as Kapow.

Just a brief about me. My name is Daniel Jenab. I’m a Project Coordinator here at RPI consultants. Just a bit about myself. I received my Master’s Degree in Communications Management from the George Washington University. I am certified as a Kofax Technical Solutions Specialist in Kofax TotalAgility, and I’m the defacto office personal trainer and nutritionist, because remember, a personal health check is just as important as a solution health check.

Quinn Huntsman:

My turn. Hello everyone. My name is Quinn Huntsman. I’m a Business Analyst on the CPA team here in Kansas City, Missouri. A little bit about myself. I have a background in web development, and I’ve worked on successful upgrade and enhancement projects for Perceptive Content and related products. Additionally, I am certified solution specialist for Kofax’s Robotic Process Automation product.

A fun fact about me. I’m the biggest Queen fan at RPI.

Daniel Jenab:

You know, Quinn, I’ve always been wondering, what actually is your favorite Queen song?

Quinn Huntsman:

Bohemian Rhapsody, hands down.

Daniel Jenab:

You work with a guy for nine months and learn something new every day.

On the agenda for today’s webinar, first up is a brief about me session for RPI Consultants. Who we are, and what we do. Second, we’ll get into the What’s New in Perceptive Content, version 7.3. Next, Quinn will discuss the new release of Perceptive Experience Content Apps 3.0. After that, I’ll be discussing some helpful steps for planning your next upgrade, and why you should pick RPI Consultants to help you upgrade. Finally, we’ll have our summary and questions wrap up session to conclude the webinar.

A little bit about RPI Consultants. RPI Consultants is a full-service professional services provider and software reseller for the industry’s leading enterprise content management and business process automation technologies, including Infor Lawson, Kofax, and Hyland Software.

Here at RPI, we have over 100 full time employees, including technical and solution architects, and project managers who are ready to take your business to the next level. We are based out of Baltimore, Maryland, however we have offices in Tampa, Florida and Kansas City, Missouri. Quinn and I are presenting from Kansas City today.

Some technical and professional services that we at RPI offer include technical, strategy and architecture, new installations, upgrades, and migrations, process analysis, system design and implementation, managed services and staff augmentation, and project and change management.

We are a Hyland Authorized Solution provider, and just a few of the Hyland specific solutions and licenses we provide include Perceptive Content, formerly ImageNow, Enterprise Search, Brainware by Hyland, which was formerly Perceptive Intelligent Capture, or PIC, as well as OnBase by Hyland. Additionally, our industry and solution expertise is uniquely broad, with successful projects occurring in accounts payable and financial process automation, human resources and human capital management, or HCM, student transcripts and applications, and healthcare and manufacturing higher education, public services and government, and more.

Quinn Huntsman:

What’s new in Perceptive Content 7.3? First, we’ve got some new compatibility options for the server itself, some new Business Insight modifications, including a new report, and several exciting updates to the Perceptive Experience Content Apps product line. Let’s go ahead and get into that.

First off, we got some system enhancements. Perceptive Content now supports Windows Server 2019, as well as 64-bit based Linux operating systems. Next, we’ve got native ODBC driver support now, so this means that you’ll get all of the latest security updates and patches for those drivers without having to install a new version of Perceptive. Outside of that, we’ve got support for TLS 1.2, which means that things like iScripts, Business Insight, and content server communication in general come a little bit more secure.

The most exciting update, in my opinion, is the updates to Integration Server API, so with that, and we’ll get more into it, but, it’s now exposing user privileges to be worked with in other applications that communicate back to content. For the content client itself, there’s a small change in the installer, so it no longer comes bundled with the Java access bridge, so if you are using Java learn mode integrations or something to that effect, you will need to preinstall that.

Moving on to Business Insight,