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Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition Enhances Collaboration

Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition 12.1 is now available, with new features that give financial services companies more options for creating and delivering communications tailored to specific customer and stakeholder needs.

“Organizations today are constantly seeking to make their business users more efficient and improve their overall operations,” says Srini Venkatasanthanam, Oracle vice president, insurance products. “The new features in Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition 12.1 significantly improve ease-of- use for business users, allowing them to collaborate on mission-critical documents more easily and quickly.”

The newest release enables companies to create documents quickly, with less IT assistance, through enhanced collaboration features. This includes editable text areas in the solution’s work-in-process workflow, which helps users collaborate and track all changes while they create contracts, agreements, and other documents.

Other improvements include enhanced Microsoft Word add-in functionality for moving documents from Oracle Documaker to Microsoft Word and back again, all while preserving output quality. This capability facilitates document review, within and outside the company, and is especially useful for negotiated documents that involve multiple iterations and parties, many of whom work in Microsoft Word.

To help accelerate time-to-market for new products, Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition 12.1 features library project management, which helps users manage the wealth of documentation associated with the release of a new insurance offering or new type of bank account, for example. It supports product development best practices, providing role-based task and action prompts as a product moves through the development, review, testing, and regulatory approval stages.

Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition has achieved Voluntary Product Accessibility Template certification for conformance with the Rehabilitation Act’s Section 508 accessibility standards, which require access for people with disabilities to electronic and information technology provided by the federal government.

Get more details about Oracle Documaker Enterprise Edition.

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