Creating Word documents that meet the laws and regulations is easy with Invantive Composition using templates and SQL for your database. Invantive Composition saves you money and reduces the volume of erroneously prepared documents.
Version: 2016R1Save money by combining Word documents with data from databases and applications
License: Free To Try $138.00
Operating System: Windows
An often occurring business problem is the generation of complex documents with data from a database or application.
For instance, because of the multitude of complex information and deviating rules per jurisdiction employees spend a lot of time in the composing of documents. This manual and repetitive activity causes more erroneous composed documents and brings with it unnecessary employee costs reducing business profit.
For organizations that are dealing with different laws and regulations such as health care institutions, insurers and lawyers, the creation of complex documents is a costly and time consuming task. The automatic generation and creation of documents that meet the laws and regulations is however easily done using Invantive Composition!
Your gains by filling a Word template with data from your database
The automated filling and archiving of documents from a database with Invantive Composition will bring you advantages such as:
- Automatically fill pre-composed templates in Word.
- Focus on your business, not on technology; without any programming and without software developers.
- Reduce time-to-market for changing your business by reducing effort by your IT department.
- Merge unstructured texts in a document with structured data.
- Optimization of the documentation and communication process.
- Reduction of erroneously prepared documents and production costs.
- Improved security of company information.
Invantive Composition for Microsoft Word supports the following databases:
- Microsoft SQL Server
- Oracle RDBMS
- IBM DB2 UDB
- ANSI SQL
Please consult the minimum system requirements for full details.
Version 2016R1: New release