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 Protecht.ERM™, Version 8.0.

The addition of conditional rule functionality in Version 8.0 significantly enhances the end user experience without the need for vendor intervention in the form building process. Based on field values selected, administrators can build conditions to change what is displayed to the user, be it individual fields or whole sections. This functionality limit the amount of unnecessary information displayed to users, making it easier and faster for them to complete forms.

We know your Risk Management needs are different from everybody else's. Watch the video below to find out how you can easily make your forms dynamic with this flexible system. No coding required!

 

In this video, we demonstrate some of the features that can make your job easier.

  • a system with advanced analytics,
  • hard-to-match form flexibility, and
  • conditional rules.

If you have specific questions or would like further information about the Protecht.ERM and its capabilities, please send us an email to info@protechtgroup.com.

Note: This release was done in June 2017. Visit our product page to see the latest additions to Protecht.ERM.

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