For several departments, index values are captured from and searched upon using Banner Financial and Student forms through a single-click in the ImageNow desktop client.
Provides reporting on various areas such as security, user productivity and workflow information.
Disaster recovery system with full copy of production system content and configurations with live connection synching all content changes as they are made.
Captures inbound faxes directly into ImageNow, eliminating the need to print and scan them.
Send any document, web page or other file to the ImageNow repository as a TIFF image using the standard print command available in any Microsoft Windows application.
Automatically imports and indexes files from legacy systems as well as documents from CDs, DVDs, network directories and other third-party systems.
Custom scripting developed and embedded into the ImageNow workflow viewer to retrieve index values from third-party databases (such as Banner) for the purpose of indexing.
Extends a breadth of ImageNow capabilities that are exposed through REST-based web services. Includes File Conversion Service for the rendering and display of raster images from Perceptive Content or third-party sources.
Integrates ImageNow with other third party or homegrown applications.
Enables automatic capture of e-mail messages and attachments, importing them directly into ImageNow.
Perceptive Experience (web client)
Makes anytime, anywhere document access possible extending limited document management and workflow functionality through a secure web connection. No Java required.
Retention Policy Manager
Allows multi-level notification and approval process to support the destruction of non-permanent records stored in ImageNow, other University systems or offsite paper-based locations.
Full test environment used by support and users to test new processes, modules and system upgrades.
NOTE: VCUHS ImageNow supports patient record related issues. Please contact (804) 828-6447 for VCUHealth assistance.
This article was updated: 10/13/2021