RPI’s Yoga SMS™ Provides Mobile Workflow Approvals

Invoice approvals in Perceptive Content (formerly ImageNow), OnBase, or Kofax got you down? Take a look at RPI’s latest innovation, Yoga SMS™, and learn how you can take advantage of approvals from your mobile device.

Transcript

John Marney:
Hello, and thank you for joining RPI Consultant’s Summer Webinar Series. We’re going to be discussing Yoga SMS, document approvals for your mobile device. I’m John [Marney 00:00:17] and this is Alex Lindsey who will be helping me present today.

First, a little bit about RPI. Many of you may know this already, but for those of you who don’t, we’ve been working with the Perceptive products for around 16 years now. We’ve also been working with Kofax products for a long time. In the last year, we’ve really gotten ourselves familiar with the Hyland products, as well. For this organization, very familiar with the full suite of products.

We have around 20 team members, and growing, on the Perceptive practice. We’re based here in Kansas City. The remainder of our company, around 70 consultants, focuses on the Infor Lawson products. Our headquarters are in Baltimore, we also have an office out of Tampa.

Alex Lindsey:
In a lot the work that we do, again, like John said, is around the Perceptive products, but we do this for the Kofax, as well as for the Hyland pieces as well, so eForm development, iScript development. No matter how big or small, we’ve pretty much tackled everything at this point. Workflow designs, and redesigns, which I personally like to do quite a bit. So if you have an old solution that you implemented, let’s say, in 2008, for instance, and you want to reexamine that, we can do that. Upgrades, health checks, if you want to take a look under the hood, just see … Get some outside perspective of how your solution’s working. Security audits, migrations, and we also have expertise within clinical and HL7.

John Marney:
Fantastic. So first, Alex, what is Yoga?

Alex Lindsey:
That’s a great question, John. Yoga is an HTML5 front-end built by RPI. We’ve actually built this ourselves. It’s primarily for use within Perceptive Content, so it basically sits on top of Perceptive Content. It allows you to do a lot of thin