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New Community version of Constellio

We are constantly improving Constellio. We invite you to download the newest version of our software, Constellio 6.2 Community, today. To do this, click here

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JIRA vs Mantis : Two tools, two distinct missions!

Two tools are at your disposal to facilitate communication: Mantis, Support request tracker tool (exclusive use for Constellio clients) This tool allows you to record your support requests, to monitor their path to resolution and […]

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Integrate Constellio network sharing without migrating data

Constellio allows you to integrate network share into your document management without the effort of migrating and organizing data. Indeed, network share enterprise search allows you to render the network share content searchable from day […]

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Certified Enterprises

Constellio will announce a list of certified enterprises soon. With the success of the implementation of our solution within organizations in mind, these enterprises have received all the necessary training, qualifications and certifications to advise […]

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Constellio Cloud Computing—special offer for the Government of Quebec

Constellio offers its solution in cloud computing form. Meeting the requirements of the Government of Quebec, Constellio’s cloud computing offer ensures that data and security copies reside in Canada. The cloud computing offer is available […]

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Enhanced Annual Support Program

Constellio enhances its annual support program by offering more services. By joining our Gold or Platinum plans it is now possible to have: Enterprise search connectors at no cost The connectors allow indexation and shared […]

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User support offered by EDM specialists

Hour bank integrated into your support plan Our technical support is now provided by document management specialists who can help you to set up Constellio best practices within your organization. An hour bank for user […]

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The programmer’s tip: Legibly setup a test object

In our efforts to make our tests more easily readable, we spotted a recurring problem in the number of calls to setters and other setup methods we used. Some of our tests started with ten […]

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