We are pleased to announce the latest version of our document bundling technology, which reduces time taken to create document bundles from hours to minutes.
Pride of place amongst a host of new features included is a new SharePoint integration. This has been designed specifically to recognise and work with the different ways that SharePoint can be set up between legal practices.
This latest version also now includes extensive import and export functionality for Microsoft Excel. This is especially useful where users seek to combine Zylpha bundles with eDiscovery platforms.
A range of enhanced data accessibility options has also been incorporated. This includes icon based file management that enables users to identify file issues easily, including password protection or outstanding file requirements that need attention.
Commenting on the new version Nigel Spicer, Zylpha’s Head of Development noted, “To a great degree our development is driven by our success across an ever broader range of bundling requirements. In this case, we have recognized and met the demands from SharePoint and E-Discovery users. This user led evolution of features and functionality works extremely well as it continuously expands the appeal of our software to a greater variety of organisations. We are confident, therefore, that this latest version will be greeted with exceptionally strong demand both from traditional practice sectors and key in-house operations such local authority legal services teams.
New Sharepoint Connector
Our new Microsoft Sharepoint connector has been built to make it even easier to set up, with most instances taking no more than a few minutes to get everything configured so that you can be up and running and ready to build bundles from your Sharepoint library (or Sharepoint Libraries if you have more than one).
We also now support Sharepoint site collections, Sharepoint sites and Sharepoint sub-sites.
Export to Microsoft Excel
V4.5 of electronic document bundling now contains a nifty export to Microsoft Excel function.
On exporting the document picker list to Microsoft Excel you can then edit data within the rows and columns, even running macros, duplication checks and more.
This neatly leads on to…
Import from Excel
Once you have edited your data within Microsoft Excel and got it looking how you want, you are going to need to add it back in to the document picker.
With our Import from Microsoft Excel feature you can quickly and easily take your amended data sheet and parse it back through into Zylpha electronic document bundling.
This latest version of bundling introduces enhanced accessibility icons making it easier to spot when things are not quite right before you generate your bundle.
If you have ever built a bundle and accidentally changed where the file is stored (or file name) then it can be tricky to spot this error. That’s why we have now introduced handy icons when things are not 100% as they should be.
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