DocFusion365 is a sophisticated document generation engine designed to help you manage all of your document content. With an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop template designer, DocFusion365 can be used to compose all kinds of day-to-day business documents and complex legal contracts. The template designer (Microsoft Word Add-In) allows a user to map data from SharePoint lists to a document template. This data can also be used for complex rule-driven content creation and decision making with some of the primary DocFusion building blocks such as optional content, repeatable content, calculations, barcodes, external content references, formatting, conditional formatting, queries and much more. The DocFusion365 SharePoint Add-in, allows a user to effortlessly build a document template and link it to a SharePoint library with ease. Any document can now be composed with the click of a button, within seconds. DocFusion. Less Time. Less Cost. Less Paper.
You can try the DocFusion365 add-in free for 30 days. Once your trial is complete a valid subscription will be required from Assimilated Information Systems. Please contact Assimilated Information Systems to enquire about licensing costs.
After you install and launch this Add-in, you need to follow instructions on the landing page to complete your installation of the DocFusion Template Designer (Word 2013 Service Pack 1 or later VSTO Add-In)
This SharePoint add-in works in conjunction with another add-in, which is only available from the provider. This requires installation on your environment outside of the Microsoft Office Store processes due the level of required permissions. A tenant administrator will need to deploy this specific add-in to the tenant manually, so that it can be installed to your environment. When apps are installed outside of the Microsoft Office Store, they may bypass any, and all, safety and security checks provided by Microsoft.
If you have not done so already, it is recommended that you establish contact with the provider before proceeding with installation. Consider trying this add-in on a separate SharePoint Tenancy before installing it on your primary SharePoint site(s).