News 1. July 2015
The smooth implementation of Domtrac Finnova at the bank van Lanschot Switzerland in mid-May is the perfect example of the high performance capability of the “Plug & Run” document output solution by Docucom, and the extremely flexible configuration options of the integrated GMC Inspire formatter.
The catalyst for the conversion of the output management system was twofold: on the one hand, Bank Van Lanschot Switzerland wanted to effectively meet their need of providing their sophisticated customers with a high-quality and detailed private banking report; and on the other, an upgrade of the finnova interface to version 2.0 was looming.
Thanks to the Domtrac Finnova integrated support of the Open Printing Interface Version 2.0 and the efficient collaboration with Docucom, project costs and time requirements for the release upgrade could be drastically reduced.
Another important criterion for the conversion was the desired implementation of the Finnova function “delayed shipping”.
With its more than 350 multi-client templates, the Domtrac Finnova solution was the winning candidate on account of its configurable Finnova standard integration that fully supports the new Open Printing Interface Version 2.0. The release capability of the interface is secured going forward through the contractual agreement between finnova AG bankware and Docucom.
The simple and flexible adaptation of the finnova community templates by means of the integrated formatter enabled a comprehensive and aesthetic conversion of the corporate design requirements of Bank Van Lanschot Switzerland in terms of diagrams, fonts, table displays, color palettes, and graphics.
Just before going live, the solution clearly demonstrated its design flexibility: new corporate design guidelines from headquarters in the Netherlands could be implemented and set up for approval in just one day!
A challenge that was successfully conquered by working together!
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Christian Bernhard has been appointed as the new CEO of Docucom with immediate effect.
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