Docmosis Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
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Anonymous avatar x80
Real User
Technical Product Manager at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees

What is most valuable?

Without doubt, the most valuable feature is the ability to operate and work within Microsoft Word, our default word editing program. When the rest of the organization is dealing with templates and Word format, it's nice to be able to use that... more»

How has it helped my organization?

We're now live with one instance of generating documents, we're committed, and we've got the architecture and infrastructure to add more templates and migrate our old ones. We didn't realize it initially, but once we setup up our platform... more»

What needs improvement?

I've shared with Docmosis a list of improvements they could make, and they've been very customer-centric and responsive. They don't always deliver what we ask, but they're very conscientious about responding to us. We have some pretty onerous... more»
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VP Engineering at LeaseAccelerator

What is most valuable?

Auditability is a huge part of what we do. Part of that is generating an auditable track record that documents any decisions made along the way. All of the audit documents, all of the competitive sourcing documents, such as RFP, lease versus buy, proposals, and in some cases contract documents are generated out of LeaseAccelerator using Docmosis. The number one... more»

What needs improvement?

We've already briefly spoken with Docmosis, and we'll be pursuing this more - we are looking to take our intra-application monitoring to the next level. Really, we've embraced the DevOps philosophy and are trying to improve the monitoring, so it's not just your traditional up/down type monitoring but it's a more holistic system load, degeneration – where it may... more»

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Anonymous avatar x80
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CEO, Founder at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees

How has it helped my organization?

From an organizational standpoint, it's reduced our need for a developer to be involved in delivering customer reports for customers, so we don't need our development team, engineers, and software developers to customize reports for customers. It lowers cost and allows us to deliver customized reports faster than we could before.

What needs improvement?

It's still a bit complex to develop reports and because of that complexity, there are often mistakes that get made. If we get better debugging tools and better diagnostic tools, developing reports would be faster. That process is a bit slow right now.
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Real User
Product Manager at a software R&D company with 501-1,000 employees

What is most valuable?

It does a beautiful job of taking Word docs and turning them into PDFs with merged fields. That's really what we use it for.

How has it helped my organization?

This is the cornerstone of our office's functionality, where people can create templates, create an offer template, and then a recruiter can just go into a couple of fields and they have a beautiful offer letter. It's really not just for our... more»

What needs improvement?

Right now, the product can be a little finicky with background images, sort of how the tabs work when you try to underline something. Sometimes that won't get reproduced, but those are pretty minuscule cases. I think the biggest thing that we... more»

User Assessments By Topic About Docmosis

I've shared with Docmosis a list of improvements they could make, and they've been very customer-centric and responsive. They don't always deliver what we ask, but they're very conscientious about responding to us. We have some pretty onerous requirements, but they timely respond. Because we're not using the cloud version, using the Java library version instead, we'd like more visibility and control of load balancing for owned and private cloud. Another thing I'd like to see is the ability to more dynamically add converters on the fly. They help generate the PDFs. Also, this was something they suggested and we wholeheartedly agree: a more simplified install process or consolidated JAR. The reason for that is because otherwise you're installing all these other dependencies related to either OpenOffice or LibreOffice, so that that could simplify the ramp-up to deployment. The barcoding functionality also needs improvement, specifically a more robust handling of it. Right now, they allow for 1D barcodes, so eventual integration of 2D barcodes would be well-received. I'd also like some sort of native support for e-signatures. Fonts, I think, are a little tricky, and so the workaround, on the client-side, is just to address it at a system level, make sure your core system has the fonts necessary for your documents. That's completely okay, but for teams that are operating a couple of layers up in the stack, if they don't have access to that system level, installing fonts and so on just becomes a little more difficult and requires more coordination. That'd be an opportunity to make it simpler or the developer, because the developer isn't always the system manager. I use a feature within Docmosis to embed templates within templates, and there are some technical limitations, and I don't think it's Docmosis' doing, but there are some limitations in operating with headers and footer when you're using that feature. I get the rationale for not being able to make enhancements around that, but I would want enhancements around that nevertheless.

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What is Docmosis?

Developing software applications that generate documents and reports can be frustrating and expensive... Docmosis helps Software Developers and Non-Developers build better looking: Letters, Contracts, Statements, Invoices, Reports and more - FAST! Document templates can be created using Microsoft Word, OpenOffice or LibreOffice – with NO need for special plug-ins. These rich and well-known editors are the natural choice to quickly and easily layout great looking documents. Docmosis enables Business Teams, Developers and End Users to collaborate easily when designing documents and reports. Docmosis is currently used in Finance, Health, Education, Legal, Logistics, Marketing and Defense applications.
Docmosis customers
8th light, ACA IT-Solutions NV, Ageology, Anahata, Aprello, ATENA, ATICOM, Axon Ltd, BBC, Cellartastings SL, Cisco, Cisco Systems, Cityline HK Limited, Commerce, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Crane Technical Services, CyberSoft C/S, Dane Street, DBX Kft, Department of Education, Dream, Endless Pools, Formos LLC, Gappless, Genentech - Roche Group, Global Sage, Goco, Haufe-Lexware GmbH & Co. KG, Husbanken, Isell, Jim S Adler & Associates, Lane Nussbaum, Lift Forward, loc8.com, Merck KGaA, MercuryGate International, NoemaLife S.p.A, Pattersons Security, Practice Insight Pty Ltd, Procountor.com, Quasado GmbH, Rain Focus, RiseSmart, Russian School of Mathematics, Social Finance, Southern Careers Institute, STR Grants LLC, Sync International (UK) Ltd., Systemic Pty Ltd, Thales - Defence Australia, The Freshwater Trust, Tioth LLC, Todumo, TQM-Insight
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