OnBase Training Session for Tips and Tools for Easy Capture of Data

OnBase by Hyland Software is an information platform that centralizes important documents and business content into one secure location, which allows for safe access from anywhere via Mobile and Web Clients. The platform provides the ability to create solutions across many business practices and departments, which at Emory currently includes Accounts Payable, Human Resources, Clinical Research, Alumni Relations, Admissions, Financial Aid, LITS, and more.

Current Emory users utilize its seamless integration thru the PeopleSoft & Ellucian Advance applications, paperless functionality, and documentation workflows and tracking.

The next series in the OnBase Monthly Training class June 7 is now available for registration on ELMS. Log into elmprod9.emory.edu and the Course Code is 226000-13749. We invite users to bring their laptops (there will be limited PCs available) where we will explore disconnected scanning, advanced capture, virtual print driver, and user’s questions about data capture.

  • Class details: Thursday, June 7, 9 am -12 pm, in the 1599 Building First Floor Training Room 1.380 – please check in at the front desk
  • Class Title: OnBase Monthly Discussion ‘Tips & Tricks for Easy Data Capture’
  • Target Audience: Unity Client and Web Client users (new & advanced)
  • Class size: Limited to 40 users
  • Led by: Veta Williamson, Edward Feliciano, Alex Klyshevich
  • What to bring: Laptop
  • Session Topic:  Easy Data Capture

We will focus on:

  • Disconnected Scanning & Scan Queues
  • Virtual Print Driver

Come and bring your laptops and stay as long as you have time. Join the OnBase Support Team and let’s explore.

If you have other OnBase questions, please bring those as well and the OnBase team will be happy to work with you.

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