LiquidOffice encompasses the entire business process management lifecycle from process design and simulation to deployment and optimization. However, it goes well beyond traditional process management. LiquidOffice embeds intelligence within forms and documents, enabling them to securely and automatically navigate the process between people and systems, offering visibility into each step of the process and a complete audit trail. LiquidOffice is a cornerstone element of the Cardiff Intelligent Document platform, which offers the industry’s most comprehensive and versatile information capture and business process management capabilities.
Cardiff Intelligent Documents streamline and simplify the complex maze between people, documents and processes that are critical to businesses, with a flexible and scalable architecture and no barriers between paper, online and mobile information. Cardiff Intelligent Documents are the information and process onramp to the enterprise, dramatically reducing costs, shrinking process cycles and offering complete visibility into business process status at every step.
Cardiff LiquidOffice eForms is a powerful, Web-based software solution for creating, deploying and automatically managing the routing, tracking and approval processes for electronic forms. LiquidOffice eForms’ capabilities range from internal corporate “Web forms” to the comprehensive rules-based forms that drive the core of an organization’s business.
One of the most powerful capabilities built into LiquidOffice is the ability to seamlessly capture paper forms and documents and connect them to processes that may already be active. In fact, LiquidOffice is the only integrated and unified solution that supports a single, consistent and auditable business process to be applied to both electronic and paper information streams.
For users, this means they have the option of submitting paper forms or electronic forms. In situations where a wet signature is required or where federal or state government mandates require both options (paper and electronic forms) to beoffered to consumers, this capability is critical.
LiquidOffice Mobile revolutionizes how people access and influence in-flight business processes and real-time data using mobile devices. LiquidOffice Mobile empowers decisionmakers to access, review, digitally sign and approve steps in pivotal business processes on their mobile device in a manner that is secure,auditable and compliant.
MS Outlook Integration
LiquidOffice integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook. A LiquidOffice folder can be automatically pushed to the Microsoft Outlook client allowing users to navigate to the LiquidOffice Folders, Inbox, Sent Items, Saved Items, and Work Queues.
Based on the information that a user provides in either a paper or online form or document, LiquidOffice automatically and dynamically creates a packet of relevant forms and documents. Business rules combined with the user’s information dictate what forms and documents are included in the packet, what pages are included in each of the forms, what fields are included on each page and how the information in the packet is routed. This is a critical first step in many onboarding processes.
LiquidOffice supports three levels of digital approval and signatures. LiquidOffice includes support for self authenticated and password/PIN protected digital form approval in HTML and PDF. LiquidOffice also supports certified PKI digital signature handlers.
Wizard Forms and Form Chaining
LiquidOffice provides the capability to create forms that step a user through a series of directed questions. These wizard-like forms provide users a simple interface to enter information and guide them through to completion of a form or task.
LiquidOffice generates 1D or 2D barcodes on forms and populates the barcodes with field data. Users can then fill a form out online, print it, and when faxed, mailed or scanned in, LiquidOffice automatically recognizes the form and data via the barcode, and easily pushes the form and data back into the process.
LiquidOffice allows users to dynamically add rows of data entry fields to a table on a form. Users can also remove rows that were added dynamically but were not actually needed. The form will expand and contract appropriately in reaction to user input.