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Announcement: 4 New Product Updates Available

Global Cents today announced four product releases that include many new features and wider support for different Content Suite versions.

GCI PowerTools for Documents 10.2.5

  • Enhanced signing capabilities and flexibility within the signing process
  • Extended output capabilities that allow saving documents to the same volume; adding the ability to replace a document version; and the ability to create a major version from the last minor version

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GCI PowerTools for OpenText Electronic Signatures 3.0.1

  • Ability to sign a rendition of a document
  • Enhanced watermarking functionality: the ability to watermark all documents that are specified on a workflow step; removal of watermarks from specific documents; use form field values for standard watermark values
  • The Approve or Reject action can be stored in the Disposition data field
  • Add an icon to use in browse view that displays whether or not a document is signed (much like a reserved doc, but only display if the latest version is the signed version)
  • Removal of the encryption/security on a PDF attachment to a workflow eSign Robot step

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GCI PowerTools for Deployments 6.1.2

  • Support for the Content Suite 10.5 SP1 Mar 15 release, which contains many changes in the XML subsystem
  • Support for export/import of collections, facets and security clearance objects

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GCI PowerTools for Workflow 3.0.3

  • New workflow icon for documents that provides a visual indicator that a document is part of a workflow process
  • Ability to lock and unlock specified versions of documents
  • A workflow can create a special temporary group that will be used for step assignment (example: when it is necessary to assign a workflow step to a list of users and have one of those users accept the step, removing it from the inbox of all the other users)

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Published by Global Cents September 15, 2015