What’s new in PACE Packager Hub 2.2?
Enhanced automation, individual configuration according to your specific business processes, convenient search across your projects, and much more.
Business Rules is the new feature of PACE Packager Hub 2.2 aimed to bring more automation to the process flow and minimize manual work.
Your organization can adjust Business Rules explicitly to your needs and create only those that are relevant to your specific activities.
A Business Rule allows users to preconfigure a set of actions that the system will automatically perform if a certain combination of Order conditions is met and if the rule is invoked by the selected trigger.
For example, you can set up a Business Rule to get an email notification for a specific user or group of users when a new Order is created or is in a certain state for some time without any change. Or you can create a Rule that will automatically close all delivered orders after 10 days from delivery.
The new Search feature enables you to find necessary data and documents across your projects quickly and conveniently.
Click the search box in the top-right corner of any page, type the keywords and launch an instant search in Orders, Packages, and Project Docs.
PACE Packager Hub 2.2 has successfully passed the safety assessment and complies with modern best practices in the field of information security. The solution minimizes both the surface of the attack and the likelihood of compromising the data contained in it. Remember to properly configure your web server according to the recommendations from the User Guide.
Other enhancements introduced in PACE Packager Hub 2.2:
- The new URL type of an Order attribute.
- Ability to save the necessary attributes to template and then reuse them in other order types of given or other projects.
- Numerous improvements to ‘Import Order from CSV’ feature such as (1) ability to map all CVS users to single system user at once; (2) auto-map of CSV users to system users if names match; (3) sort all values by alphabet for easy searching; (4) map value to default attribute value / empty value; (5) select order types to avoid importing; (6) backward navigation in the import wizard to change previous settings; etc.