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Kim Launches Application Generator

Kim Launches Application Generator

Generate applications from your existing Word Documents

Kim, the no-code, SaaS, patent-protected document generation, assembly, and workflow automation platform, announces the launch of Application Generator.

ChatGPT and other AI tools have simplified the creation of text, video, and images without prior skills. Kim’s Application Generator enables individuals in organizations to generate entire web applications from their existing documents with no IT development or coding skills and no false positive errors.

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To generate an application, users simply:

  1. Open one of their existing documents (i.e. letters, forms, checklists, contracts, compliance records, etc.) or create a new one using ChatGPT or their private large language model (LLM).
  2. Identify and tag the variable fields in the document or prompt ChatGPT/private LLM to do so.
  3. Open Kim, select ‘Create Application’ and upload the tagged document.
  4. Use the drag-and-drop wizard to create the web form, add the properties and submit.

On submission, not only does Kim deliver full document automation (of one or multiple documents), the data in the documents can also be used to populate other systems. Additionally, within 30-60 seconds of submission, Kim automatically:

  • Generates the data model.
  • Maps the data model, using the incoming document, to the variable fields.
  • Makes the document format a universally and automatically controlled entity that maintains all formatting, bullets, fonts, images, tables, page numbering, etc.
  • Maps the audit profile and then automatically maintains it.
  • Maps the Inbound and Outbound API.

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The Kim-generated application is then automatically hosted for end users to access, becoming an organization’s standard operating procedure and enabling the straight-through processing of data. Kim creates the entire application with no-code citizen development, including conditional document assembly and automatic generation of multiple documents off one document.

Richard Yawn, CTO, said, “Our 2014 patent underpins all our solutions. In simple terms, we help organizations avoid rekeying of data, which is a $3.1 trillion-a-year issue in the US*. Our no-code solutions, which we have been building and refining for ten years, provide organizations with deterministic and certain outcomes without prior IT development or coding expertise. Critically, Kim does not hallucinate.”

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