Smart Migration from Documaker to Quadient Inspire
Switching from Documaker to Quadient Inspire
Key Migration Benefits
Customer Case Study
A large mutual insurance company recently moved from Documaker to Quadient Inspire with the objective of establishing a platform that would better align with current and future business challenges, while being very capable at handling existing needs. Key motivators for the conversion consisted of:
- Requirement for a mature and easy to support thin-client authoring capability that empowers remote authors and business users to participate in the document creation lifecycle.
- Rich workflow and approval processes that establish much needed governance over content collaboration and sign-offs, ultimately reducing costly errors and omissions.
- Regular cadence of product fixes and enhancements, ensuring industry-leading usability and performance.
- Clear upgrade pathway to the cloud.
Quadient Inspire was able to to address existing business needs while offering a pathway to the future. Connect with us to learn more about the key steps this customer took to achieve success.
Core Features – Inspire vs Documaker
Following are some key features & benefits of Quadient Inspire that are important to Oracle Documaker customers:
- Mature and extensive thin-client authoring & collaboration for business users
- Full customer journey visibility
- Extensive ETL functionality for data
- Bi-directional communication capabilities
- Strong automation capabilities
- Robust review/approval workflows
- Intelligent content
- Reusable components
Where to Start – First Key Steps
- Start with a small correspondence-style application, such as letter generation that engages thin-client authoring capabilities.
- Take a holistic view of data and be sure to leverage some of the key qualities that Quadient has to offer.
- Run some reports against Documaker to determine which resources are actively used in production and focus on those.
- Organize all Documaker form & section triggers and understand the data that drives them.
- Determine how many Documaker forms are static vs dynamic in nature.
- Look for candidate Documaker applications that utilize Docupresentment/EWPS (Standard Edition) or DWS (Enterprise Edition)
- Check out our blog posts for more details and insight (moving forms, moving data, moving batches).
How DocVentive Can Help
As one of the few organizations on the planet with SME-level experience on both platforms, DocVentive is uniquely positioned to guide your project team around the critical pitfalls and mistakes that can quickly derail a Documaker migration and lead to scope and cost escalations. We’ve designed our MigrationXpress service with the sole objective of reducing costs and improving accuracy of legacy conversions from platforms like Documaker. Our ability to automate many time-consuming migration tasks coupled with our staff of Quadient-certified experts ensures that your journey with Quadient gets started off on the right foot.
Our Migration Strategy
It’s important to understand that every Documaker implementation is different – some started life as Documerge conversions, while others may have been built from scratch. Some applications may have very complicated business rules and assembly logic, whereas others may consist of many static forms (such as ISO). Regardless of the heritage and nature of the Documaker implementation, our MigrationXpress service is a proven accelerator that can tackle some of the most complicated Documaker implementations ensuring that you have a solid a predictable roadmap to Quadient Inspire.