Part 2: Comparing Perceptive Content (ImageNow) and OnBase

Perceptive Content and OnBase by Hyland are both powerful and industry leading enterprise content management platforms. Though they share many similarities, there are some differences between terminology and features. In this webinar we help translate the main terms and features between these two platforms to help clients that are considering a migration.


John Marney:
Hello, everyone, and think you for joining us again for an RPI Consultants Webinar Wednesdays. Today we’re discussing part two of a two-part series on comparing OnBase and Perceptive Content, and their terms and their features.

Before we get started real quick, of course, just a few notes for the attendees. This webinar will be recorded and available on our website and our YouTube channel. And of course the slide deck itself will be sent out to everybody, so don’t feel like you have to take any screenshots.

We have someone standing by to take questions from you. On part one of this webinar, we had a lot of questions, so we’re anticipating the same thing here.

Also, we wanna let you know that we welcome all feedback in terms of anything you would like to see presented, so please send us your ideas as far as any content you might wanna see presented in our webinar series. With that in mind, let’s get going.

James Cho:
Hi, my name’s James Cho. I’m a lead consultant at here at RPI Consultants. I have over eight years’ Perceptive Content experience, I’m a certified OnBase installer, and most of my experience is around manufacturing health care. And, I love my rescue pit bull, Coco.

John Marney:
And many of you would know me. I’m John Marney, our manager of solution delivery. Over eight years of experience in ECM and OCR design and implementation that’s across many different platforms. Majority of my background is in health care and, even more specifically, in financials or back office of health care.

If you have an accounts available solution in Perceptive Content, I probably assisted in the implementation. I enjoy my time outside with the grill, spending time playing board games on the weekends, and I am a proud alumni of Kansas State.

Real quick, here’s what we’re talking about today. We’ll give you a little bit of information about RPI Consultants for anyone who doesn’t know, and then we’ll jump right in to our content. Today, we’ll be discussing a few different aspects of the systems. First, their various OCR capabilities, the differences they have between forms or eForms, the server and database architecture, as well as a number of other features. Finally, we’ll wrap up with some questions.

So, a bit about RPI. James?

James Cho:
RPI has about 80 full-time consultants, project managers and technical architects. About 25 of us are in the imaging practice, and we have over 16 years of experience in ERP and ECM solutions. Our primary locations are in Baltimore, Tampa and Kansas City.

RPI provides services for all organizations that are either already using Perceptive or OnBase, and are looking for a new ECM platform. We design new solutions, custom development, upgrades, and training for everything else related to Perceptive and OnBase – even migrating from Perceptive to OnBase.

John Marney:
And those migration