CentricMinds enables organizations invested in SharePoint to synchronize and expose documents in unique ways.
CentricMinds enables organizations who are invested in SharePoint to share these documents in new ways; publishing remotely to an Internet or Extranet site, synchronizing a collection of documents to a cloud environment, allowing documents to be digitally signed using DocuSign and more.
The CentricMinds integration with SharePoint involves importing documents from SharePoint into the CentricMinds Document Management repository and includes support for a one-time synchronization (when migrating from SharePoint to CentricMinds), or ongoing synchronization (where SharePoint and CentricMinds co-exist together).
Manual Synchronization (once-off)
A one-time import of content from SharePoint can be performed. This process will map the content to the appropriate CentricMinds resource and store it within the appropriate repository. Once in CentricMinds these resources can be accessed by users (e.g. available in content listings, external sites, search results etc.) and by authors (for editing and re-publishing).
Automatic Synchronization (on-going)
An on-going synchronization of content from SharePoint is performed, mapping the content to the appropriate CentricMinds resource and storing a snapshot in the appropriate repository. Once in CentricMinds these resources can now be accessed by users but not edited within CentricMinds (as SharePoint is designated as the source and changes will still occur via SharePoint).
A synchronization is based on SharePoint Sites (one or more sites and/or sub sites) and Lists (a group or collection of content that may have been configured in SharePoint). CentricMinds supports integration with SharePoint versions 2010, 2013 and 2016.