SYSCOM is totally focused on serving the needs of our clients. We recommend and implement only the best technology available to solve their problems. Sometimes, that perfect piece of software just simply does not exist.
When that happens, the talented engineers at SYSCOM roll up their sleeves and use their deep technical knowledge to fill the gap that was identified. We have created patented technologies as well as gap filling products that build on the very best middleware and products from IBM. Whether we’re breathing new life into old technologies, or pushing the boundaries of what is possible, SYSCOM software is designed for maximum effectiveness.
SYSCOM’s AIS Bridge solution is a total replacement of ImagePlus. It is based on a combination of several products developed as supplemental or enhancements to the ImagePlus product, and new development to combine and complete the functionality. Using this solution will allow existing ImagePlus customers to continue to function as they do today – no change to process or procedure – and requiring no migration of metadata or image objects. It also provides a virtual push viewer component that relaces IWPM. By using SYSCOM’s AIS Bridge solution, our customers will be running fully supported and maintained software that replaces the end of life ImagePlus and IWPM products.
SYSCOM’s Advanced Image Solution Plus (AIS+) Enterprise Edition provides an alternative solution for a front-end application to ImagePlus. AIS+ combines the existing functionality of IBM’s front end, Folder and Workflow Application (FWA) – with enhanced features for customers looking for a more comprehensive application.
ASImport2CM™ is a powerful tool that allows images and data from literally any source to be quickly and seamlessly imported into Content Manager.
SYSCOM AnySource Migrator (ASM) provides the migration architect with a tool to perform taxonomy analysis, define migration processes, test migrations, execute the migrations and monitor the results of the migration. ASM provides over 25 pre-defined connectors to many repositories including IBM FileNet P8/Content Manager, FileNet Content Services and FileNet Image Services, Microsoft Sharepoint, OLEDB, EMC, and CMIS.
Information Integrator Content Edition (IICE) is a framework developed by IBM that takes disparate types of content repositories and welds them into a single, federated solution. In order to establish connections with the various content archives, IICE employs Connectors. SYSCOM has developed two connectors for IICE that open up federation opportunities to users of ImagePlus.
When making the transition from ImagePlus to Content Manager, turn to SYSCOM and IP2CM. This migration utility and service ensures that all metadata makes the transition to Content Manager without loss or corruption, and helps to ensure that dependent business applications don’t get “broken” in the process.
SYSCOM’s MVSConnect™ is a high-speed document store interface that integrates IBM’s ImagePlus/390 System with Kofax Ascent Capture.
The SYSCOM Content Viewer provides a browser-based viewer for your enterprise content in an IBM Content Manager (CM8), IBM ImagePlus, IBM CMOD and IBM FileNet Content Manager repositories. It is based on HTML 5 technology.
SYSCOM Content Services provides a Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) approach to control and manage access to your enterprise IBM Content Manager or IBM FileNet Content Manager repositories. Administrators can quickly create and deploy new services through configuration alone.
The SYSCOM Event Service is a micro-service that provides the ability to kick-off a process based on an event in your enterprise content repository, such as the arrival of a new document (or piece of content). This enables work to begin immediately upon receipt of or change to content in your repository.
The SYSCOM Event Service provides organizations with the benefit of immediate starting business processes, providing efficiency and faster customer service while eliminating the manual steps of kicking off a process to handle the content. SES can be called from anywhere to instantiate work in any process engine.