By now you’re likely familiar with Unity Forms and how they can be used to capture data and signatures. OnBase 16 introduced a new module called Image Form Composition that builds on the Unity Form technology to transfer that captured data to an image rendition of a paper form where the signature can be captured there instead.
Image Form Composition uses Unity Forms to allow a user to capture data once and disperse it onto multiple forms, eliminating the need to enter the same data repetitively. A specialized E-Form is used to transfer the data collected from the Unity Form and apply it to the form image. Further, maintaining a central collection of forms alleviates concerns about using the proper versions of forms or submitting and obtaining approval for newly-designed electronic forms. All of this makes back-end processing move forward in a more timely and efficient manner.