In every organization, customers and employees enter information on forms because of business processes that require some type of discrete data collection. Regardless of whether forms are created, distributed and captured on paper or in electronic documents, by email or fax, it is critical that the information is processed in an accurate and timely manner. Accurate customer data is the lifeblood of your value chain processes and it is imperative that you provide your customers with intuitive and intelligent forms to precisely capture their data.
OpenText™ LiquidOffice™ Release 16 EP7 is a multi-modality data on-ramping platform for all the different ways your customers are required to provide, capture and process information. LiquidOffice 16.7 enables your customers to build a full spectrum of data capture interactive web forms, mobile forms and PDF forms across multiple platforms.
LiquidOffice 16.7 augments our recent release of 16.6 with better support for delivery of integrated solutions, improved UX, and enhanced platform support and security.
Integrated form solutions
Integrated form solutions in LiquidOffice 16.7 include new HTML import for fast migration and improved support for external form processing and new RESTful Web Service Task in Studio for easier integration with REST APIs in other applications.
User experience and quality improvements
User experience and quality improvements in LiquidOffice 16.7 include:
- Flat button style for richer form design
- Integrated help & documentation for fast & easy access to all content from a single location
- Support for Java 12, Office 2019, SharePoint 2019, PostgreSQL 11, Oracle Database 18c & 19c, Eclipse 4.8-4.12
- Security enhancements & technology upgrades
Accelerate your upgrade and reduce risk by working with OpenText Professional Services. Customers who have Professional Services-led upgrades report 75% fewer queries to Customer Support. Let our experts work with you to assess the current environment and prepare recommendations for a successful upgrade, whether on-premises, in the OpenText Cloud, in other company’s clouds or in a hybrid environment.