Alfresco Summit 2013: From paper to eForms by Ricoh
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Alfresco Summit 2013 presentation in Barcelona. ...

Alfresco Summit 2013 presentation in Barcelona.
From paper to eForms is a Ricoh approach that talks about how to transform papers forms into electronic forms or eForms.
This approach is based on Alfresco, Liferay, Orbeon Forms and CAS Server.

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Alfresco Summit 2013: From paper to eForms by Ricoh Presentation Transcript

  • 1. From paper to eForms
  • 2. About me…. Juan Carlos Fernández Galante Senior Solution Architect juan.carlos.fernandez@ricoh.es @jferna57 es.linkedin.com/in/jferna57
  • 3. From paper to eforms Conclusions A business case Our approach The challenge Presentación Corporativa RICOH ESPAÑA 3
  • 4. The challenges Presentación Corporativa RICOH ESPAÑA 4
  • 5. Paperless Office Ricoh can offer several solutions related to this scope. - Scanning documents - Using eForms Today we will talking about eForms. 5
  • 6. From paper to eforms Our approach The challenge 6
  • 7. Our approach Authentication Service Electronic Forms Portlet Form Runner Form Builder Persistence Layer Webscripts Share Alfresco Repository
  • 8. Our approach Webscripts Share Alfresco Repository
  • 9. Our approach : Alfresco  Alfresco store all the information: – Eforms generated by Orbeon. – Metadata associated. – Documentation releated.  Alfresco includes Activiti to manage the necessary workflows. 9
  • 10. Our approach Form Runner Form Builder Persistence Layer Webscripts Share Alfresco Repository 10
  • 11. Our approach: Orbeon  Orbeon Forms is a solution to build and deploy eforms.  It’s available in an Open Source Edition, as well as commercial supported Professional Edition. 11
  • 12. Integrate Orbeon & Alfresco  Orbeon is made up of 2 modules: – – Builder Forms Runner. Forms  Ricoh has develop a new connector between Orbeon and Alfresco.  In the next months, this connector will be released Form Runner Form Builder Webscripts Repository to the community. 12
  • 13. Our approach Electronic Forms Portlet Form Runner Form Builder Persistence Layer Webscripts Share Alfresco Repository 13
  • 14. Our approach: Liferay 14
  • 15. Our approach Authentication Service Electronic Forms Portlet Form Runner Form Builder Persistence Layer Webscripts Share Alfresco Repository 15
  • 16. Our approach: CAS  Jasig CAS – CAS is an authentication system that provides a trusted way to authenticate a user. – Liferay offers an out-of-the-box method. – Alfresco recommend the use of apache mod_auth_cas. 16
  • 17. From paper to eforms A business case Our approach The challenge 17
  • 18. Some screenshots 18
  • 19. Some screenshots 19
  • 20. Some screenshots 20
  • 21. From paper to eforms Conclusions A business case Our approach The challenge 21
  • 22. Conclusions  Ricoh can help customers with several paperless solutions.  The solution presented, has been tested on different clients with positive feedback.  Is based on Open Source products with commercial support. 22
  • 23. www.ricoh.es