The Benefits of OnBase for Your IT Department
One platform, unlimited applications across your enterprise
OnBase is a single product, not a brand representing a large portfolio of acquired products. OnBase combines the ability to manage content, processes and cases on a single platform. This minimizes IT sprawl by decreasing the number of systems you need to manage, while reducing data silos and disconnected applications.
Leverage a flexible, low-code platform for content-enabled solutions across your enterprise – rapidly configuring new and consolidating existing applications. With point-and-click configurability, you don’t need to be a developer or database administrator to create and maintain an OnBase solution. OnBase is built on a single end-to-end architecture, available on-premises or in the cloud. With one system to support, maintain and upgrade, you’ll realize a lower total cost of ownership while maintaining IT governance and control.
Configurable without code
OnBase is point-and-click configurable, allowing you to use checkboxes, radio buttons and drop-down menus to quickly configure and easily change solutions. That means no expensive, time-consuming and difficult-to-maintain coding or scripting.
Scalable across your organization
OnBase scales as requirements evolve, so you will never outgrow your OnBase system. Start in one department and grow your solution over time as needs and requirements change. Maintain speed and performance, even as you continue to expand and enhance your solution.
The development of OnBase is 100 percent in-house and never outsourced. Since our beginning in 1991, we’ve averaged two releases a year – one major and one minor. This ensures OnBase remains relevant with evolving industry trends, stays current with technological innovations, and supports the latest operating systems, browsers and applications.
With OnBase, all your solution components are upgraded together, eliminating the challenges of upgrading multiple custom-coded or point solutions. Take advantage of incremental parallel upgrades, minimizing downtime by allowing more than one OnBase version to run simultaneously.