Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of a new version of the Berkeley Publisher. Please find below a selection of new features and enhanced functionalities our developers have been busy working on. To learn about all the improvements made, please find the release notes here.
The model-driven way of document automation is key in the development and maintenance process of Berkeley Publisher. To further support authors in Berkeley Studio, we enhanced the overview of the Word document within the Berkeley Studio. For authors, it is much easier now to see how the decision model relates to the underlying document. The underlying Word document is shown as a preview in the Studio and can be an easy starting point to start the document automation process.
The visual graph is one of the main functionalities in the Berkeley Studio. We see that most users like to work from the graph as much as possible. Our dev team extended our graph with some great features like showing conditions in the graph and adding nodes in the graph not using the menu structure.
Business users mostly run on Windows within the office environment. Outside the office space, a large number of people use a Mac in private. And the growing number of legal education institutions using Berkeley Publisher are faced with most students using Mac computers. So from version 4.7 of Berkeley Publisher, the Studio is available in a Mac version too. You can download the Berkeley Publisher Mac version here.
In version 4.6 we introduced the Management Information Dashboard. In the last months, there was enormous interest from our customer base. Even better, a range of great suggestions was made. The latest version of the Management Information Dashboard brings the exciting addition of behavioral analysis tools, and the ability to export key insights to either a spreadsheet or a PDF.
We also added a tool to show which nodes end users are most frequently leaving a model, so the author or viewer of the MIS data can see if users are finishing the models or dropping off before the end.
You can also plot the paths which end users are taking, to gain insight into the way people are most commonly interacting with your model.
To help you quickly become familiar with Berkeley Publisher version 4.7 and to show you the new possibilities, we would like to organize an online session for you. During this online session, we will show you how this new version supports you even better in sharing your knowledge. Interested in an online session? Then please contact us via this link..