KwikWork Software Development Kit from enChoice Reduces Costs & Time Required for IBM Content Navigator Customization

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enChoice Announces Suite of Widgets that Eliminate the Need to Write or Maintain Code

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KwikWork SDK’s widgets have enabled us to deploy a fully branded, customized user experience for IBM FileNet at a fraction of the effort and cost it would take to modify Content Navigator ourselves.

enChoice®, Inc. (http://www.enchoice.com) announced today the availability of the KwikWork Software Development Kit (SDK) for IBM® Content Navigator. KwikWork SDK is a unique suite of widgets that leverages the IBM Content Navigator user experience platform to enable rapid creation of a custom user experience for IBM enterprise content management (ECM) solutions.

With KwikWork SDK, a highly intuitive user experience can be easily created for accounts payable, human resources and other line of business applications without writing code. KwikWork SDK also provides support for future versions of IBM Content Navigator, reducing costs and enabling in-house development teams to focus on other priorities.

“Companies invest significant resources into IBM ECM solutions to optimize operations and improve financial performance, among other things. To realize a full return on investment, it’s critical to maximize end user adoption and improve efficiency,” said Mike Fernandes, vice president, products, enChoice. “KwikWork SDK sets up companies for success by providing supported widgets for Content Navigator that reduce development costs and improve time-to-solution.”

KwikWork SDK widgets improve the user experience for IBM ECM solutions by:

  • Providing a unified method for working with documents, processes, and cases;
  • Reducing search times by enabling users to save and re-run frequent searches; and
  • Streamlining processes for adding and editing repository information.

In addition, through a partnership with Evolution Interactive Group, customers seeking a user experience reflecting their brand can leverage Evolution’s design expertise to create a fully branded user experience powered by KwikWork.

“The skill of Evolution’s designers combined with the power of KwikWork SDK’s widgets have enabled us to deploy a fully branded, customized user experience for IBM FileNet at a fraction of the effort and cost it would take to modify Content Navigator ourselves,” said Richard Daley, director of records and information management for enChoice customer Tejon Ranch. “This superior user experience also increases productivity by streamlining processes and making it faster and easier for users to find information.”

For IBM ECM customers that prefer to deliver a complete, out-of-the-box user experience, enChoice offers KwikWork UX. An optional integration manager is also available that allows customers to easily configure the Content Navigator EDS plugin without any development.

enChoice will be exhibiting at IBM Insight, October 26-30 in Las Vegas (booth #744). IBM customers can sign up for a demo or one-on-one meeting with Richard Daley from Tejon Ranch to hear firsthand how Tejon increases user adoption and productivity with KwikWork and Evolution at http://bit.ly/1oKA2KY.

About enChoice
enChoice®, Inc. (http://www.enchoice.com) delivers end-to-end enterprise content management (ECM) solutions and services with a low total cost of ownership, and safeguards ECM information with business continuity software. The company is recognized industry-wide for its IBM® Content Manager OnDemand and FileNet® expertise, and its unique “single point of contact” support program.

enChoice’s CYA software provides application-aware backup and recovery for IBM FileNet Content Manager (P8). CYA products improve service levels, enable automated hot, consistent system backups, and ensure full recovery from operational incidents.

Founded in 1993, enChoice is an award-winning IBM Premier Business Partner. Customers include Guardian Life Insurance, Levi’s, Quest Diagnostics, US Foods and Winnebago Industries.

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