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November 07, 2012

IGC Incorporates Brava! with EMC Documentum xCP 2.0

Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC) will be unveiling Brava! 7.1 for EMC (News - Alert) Documentum xCP 2.0 at the EMC Momentum conference, scheduled this week in Vienna. EMC xCP 2.0 is a multipurpose, high-performance viewer that offers unsurpassed functionality and protection along with a zero-footprint, cross-platform HTML5 client choice.

Users can view, make notes and work together on any file, like Microsoft (News - Alert) Office and PDF documents, CAD drawings and image files, in a simplified manner with Brava for EMC Documentum xCP. The latest HTML5 viewer ensures no installation is required on a user’s workstation. Users can therefore run Brava on any of the current major platforms like PC and any Web browsers like Internet Explorer. Users are able to use Brava in any environment as per their business requirement as ActiveX, Java and Flash clients are also provided by Brava Enterprise.

In a statement, Gary Heath, CEO and president of IGC said, "As an EMC partner for over a decade, IGC continues to evolve to meet the document-viewing needs of EMC customers. We're thrilled to add the xCP integration to our comprehensive EMC offerings."

IGC's products for EMC solutions have been further extended with the latest xCP incorporation. IGC is currently offering strongly incorporated offerings for EMC's D2, EPFM, EPFM OnDemand, TaskSpace and Webtop enterprise content management solutions.

The xCP2 viewer framework is supported by Brava 7.1 for EMC Documentum xCP. Users can work on their documents within xCP in a simplified manner as the flawless incorporation of Brava eliminates the necessity to toggle between interfaces.

Users are provided the options to include banners and watermarks in their documents. They can also mark pages as “confidential” or “draft” for improved transparency. With the help of Brava's Changemark tool, users can now engage in “in document” discussions, which can also be published or printed along with the content. Users can also eliminate private and any other important information from documents and drawings.  

Brava 7.1 for EMC Documentum xCP also allows users to publish the documents back to the repository, thereby ensuring simplified access and supplementary association. Users can also use the search text facility to locate the required details in a simplified and rapid manner.




Edited by Rachel Ramsey
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