Here at Kim, we recognize the important role documents continue to play in a digitized workplace and we have incorporated advanced document generation and management features into the platform.
While the number of documents produced may still be increasing, the ways we are accessing and using them has changed dramatically. The vast majority of business transactions and activities now take place online, and most of the documents produced today will never need to be printed in hard copy – that’s good news for trees and for facilities managers everywhere trying to figure out where to fit the next filing cabinet! The future of document management is in the cloud and Kim’s secure cloud-first approach means that users can create, upload, download, review and edit their documents at any time and place that’s convenient for them.
500 billion Word docs created each year!
Whether you merely want to create a simple webform to capture data points and populate an existing template, or tackle a much more complex task such as teaching Kim the parameters for an automated cognitive review of third-party documents, the entire toolset has been designed with the end user and knowledge worker in mind. Our document management features utilize the same world-class User Interface (UI) as the rest of the platform, governed by the mantra of “configuration, not coding” that drives everything we do. Key document management features include:
- Secure cloud environment
- Use existing templates or create from scratch
- Advanced document generation
- Automatic data point extraction to web form wizard
- Flexible access controls
- Advanced routing and escalation
- Multi-stage tracking and SLAs
- Version control and history
- Document hierarchies
- Comprehensive intelligent search
- Cognitive review and decisioning
- Robotic document assembly and management
- Forensic audit trail of all document touch points
Every Kim workflow starts with a document. It may be an existing template you’re already using or perhaps just a list of data points that you’d like to collect from end users. Once uploaded, the first step is to quickly and easily create a responsive web form to capture the incoming data. In less than an hour, you’ve created a simple document automation. Most customers add workflow and visualizations. Some go the whole nine yards and in a matter of days create document-centric processes that would take many months of IT development and millions of dollars to complete without the use of our advanced automation capabilities.