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Webinar on Intelligent Document Creation through a Data Driven Approach by Casewise

Submitted by casewise on Tue, 2011-09-06 00:06

Over 1 billion people reportedly rely on Microsoft Office either at work, home or within an educational establishment. It therefore comes as no surprise that Microsoft Word is by far the world’s most popular document generation application.



Following on from the success of Casewise’s V-Modeler solution which enables you to work in real-time with Visio as a front end to Casewise Modeler, Casewise has now released Communicator4Word, a new plug-in to Casewise’s leading enterprise modeling solution, Casewise Modeler Suite.


Communicator4Word enables Casewise Modeler users the ability to create and populate Word documents using data directly from the central data repository; on demand or automatically using Windows Scheduler. With many organizations using pre-defined Microsoft Word templates and styles, Communicator4Word allows for any one of these to be used or created and then populated with content all within a data driven environment.




This webinar will provide an insight into Communicator4Word with a live demo showcasing the tool’s ease of use, and the benefits it can bring to the enterprise .




Paul Lewis

Group Head of Marketing

Martin Owen

Product Marketing Manager

Richard Egemba

Senior Business Consultant



You can get more details on this webinar at

Casewise helps organizations and their people to understand their business operations, and improve the way in which they perform through the provision of software and consultancy solutions.
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