Office Hours: Perceptive Experience

Perceptive Experience is the next-generation web client for Perceptive Content (ImageNow), delivering content services via a single, adaptable user interface. Perceptive Content Apps are applets that deliver Perceptive Experience. Content Apps are modular in design and can be pieced together to combine platform capabilities into tailored user interfaces.

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Adam Kinney:

All right. Hello, everybody. Welcome to my office hours on Perceptive Experience. A little bit about Perceptive Experience, in HTML5, replacement for WebNow. The latest version of Perceptive Content does not actually have WebNow, so that’s why I use the term replacement. Used to be an alternative. In the latest version it is an actual replacement now so that’s the version that we are going to be looking at today, Perceptive Content enhancement pack one, essentially 7.4. A little bit about some upcoming webinars. You can see we got some OnBase stuff coming up, some dates, sometimes, more information at the link below.

Upcoming office hours, iScripting office hours, find previously recorded webinars link, and we’ll be doing a presentation on the new ImageNow version as a whole, essentially, instead of just focusing on experience, February 5th. My name is Adam Kinney, I am your demo-er in chief. I’m Senior Technical Architect at RPI, been here about two and a half years, yeah [editor’s note: we’re proud to say that Adam has actually been with RPI for three and a half years now, yeah]. Previous to that I was working at Hyland, 2010. I live in St. Paul. Spend a lot of time shoveling snow. And my Superbowl prediction this year, Packers 14, Chiefs, 19. I don’t think Mahomes is going to be stopped. I’m a Packers fan, so just know that is completely unbiased, it’s realistic and professional. You heard it here