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AIS releases DocFusion for Office365

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Local specialist software and IT service provider Assimilated Information Systems (AIS) has reinvented its cloud strategy and made its DocFusion365 cloud-based document automation engine available to SharePoint users via the Microsoft store.
The offering is accessible to any sized venture and means SMEs are also now able to tap into the technology to increase their capability and technical efficiency.
AIS is an established South African specialist services provider of software and IT, and a certified Microsoft Gold Application Development Partner.
The availability of DocFusion365 is in line with its solution strategy and its focused drive to make cloud-based technology readily available to market segments traditionally excluded from high-end enterprise technology.
As a dynamic, cloud-based solution, DocFusion allows businesses exceptional flexibility, control, and visible cost and environment benefits. The offering allows users to design, configure, compose, and process vital, secure documents without extensive delays. It improves productivity and has a measurable benefit to the bottom line.
The DocFusion 365 template designer includes features such as optional and repeatable content creation, drag-and-drop fields from various data sources, external references, electronic signatures, dynamic graph and barcode creation and more.
It also allows for rule-driven content creation through the use of Smart Parts, Expressions, Queries, Aggregates, Lookups and even Scripts if required.
This allows for the creation of very complex contracts and documents such as Employee Contracts, Proposals, Non-disclosure Agreements, Project Charters, etc. Templates can be managed, configured and composed within Office 365 (SharePoint, Project Online).
“By using DocFusion 365’s integrated document template designer and document assembly services, organisations can reduce time and cost spent on document processes, reduce risk, and remain compliant, so that everyone can be more productive,” said Clifford DeWit, Chief Innovation Officer at Microsoft South Africa.