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Hiring For Senior Applications Programmer Analyst (Onbase) At Cincinn

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Softnice Inc Cincinnati , OH 45205

Posted 4 months ago

Senior Applications Programmer Analyst (OnBase)
Cincinnati, OH
Full time role

Job Description
Our Cincinnati based client is recognized as one of the best places to work in Cincinnati. They are looking to hire a Senior Applications Programmer Analyst. Some remote work is doable, however, candidates need to live within a two hour commute of our client.

Job Requirements

  1. Should have Hyland Administration experience or an OnBase Certified Administrator certification,
  2. Hyland Workflow experience or an OnBase Workflow certification.
  3. They would be using OnBase modules for Workflow, Unity Client, Unity Client scanning.
  4. Virtual Print Driver, MS Outlook Integration, Web Client, OnBase Thick Client scanning, Express Scanning, Epic Integration, Autonomy IDOL, OCR, Barcode recognition, DDS, Approval Management module, Distribution service, Document Knowledge Transfer, Workflow timer administration service, Report Services client.
  5. Scheduled processing services, Global keyword updater, DIP processing and foldering with folder pop.

A plus would be if some working knowledge of IIS OnBase Web and App pool configuration and Knowledge of OnBase upgrade process.

Anil Sharma
Sr Technical Recruiter
6lO 3Ol O29O
anil dot kumar at softnice dot com


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Hiring For Senior Applications Programmer Analyst (Onbase) At Cincinn

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