ParAn (Parashift Analytics) is a sophisticated analytics solution that provides amazing insights of usage and trending analysis by blending data from multiple business system sources such as Alfresco, SQL Databases, Web applications, log files and file systems.
VERS stands for Victorian Electronic Records Strategy, and it is an important standard in Victoria, Australia. It was developed by the Public Record Office Victoria to help Victorian government agencies manage, store and access their electronic records.
Parashift’s OnlyOffice Integration add-on for Alfresco lets you edit any Word or Google Document in your browser, without installing any software. Better yet, it allows multiple users to collaborate in real time and save those changes back to Alfresco.
Provides an Alfresco Share action for signing PDF files (PAdES-BES format) and any other file (CAdES-BES format detached) via java applet (@firma miniApplet, opensource at https://github.com/ctt-gob-es/clienteafirma) or local application A
Once installed Parashift’s Document Deduplication add-on for Alfresco will add a ‘similar documents’ panel into your Alfresco system. Here similar content is easily identified, whether they be near or exact matches, the system will show all results.
Scan documents as TIFF or PDF directly within Alfresco Share interface. No third-party scanning software required.
The add-on provides capability to:
Parashift’s Map Picker add-on for Alfresco lets users define an area on a map to further discover which documents or images are based in that area. Map Picker lets Solr do all the hard work searching for geolocated documents.
With Alfresco’s out-of-the-box system, you receive basic version number support for both minor and major version changes of a document. The numbering starts at 1.0, and increments by one with major or minor versions, depending on the choice of the user. But what if your document is a draft?
This plug-in is used to upload and delete objects to Amazon S3 from Alfresco via REST APIs and Channel Publishing of alfresco.
One of the biggest roadblocks with Alfresco’s built-in viewer is its inability to view and print documents without having to download them. The current process requires users to download the intended document, open it in the relevant application and then print it.