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Boost is a tool that is aimed at helping businesses automate all of their administrative processes and eventually completely replace paper and filing cabinets.
Boost tries to do this by representing information in an intelligent way so that actions and workflows can be automated without duplicating information. As an example, Boost can help you manage all of your contracts and provides the possibility to add logic like watching for expiry dates without having to add additional systems where data is duplicated from the original source. In other words, Boost knows when a contract expires because Boost understands the data in your document - it is not simply a scan.
This manual will try to show you the possibilities in Boost and how to apply this to your own business.
There are 2 types of users in Boost:
- Boost Administrators who prepare the system to allow users to do their administrative tasks in Boost.
- Boost users who perform their daily administrative work in a Boost sysem that was prepared by a Boost Administrator for them.
If you want to be able to set up Boost on your own, you will need to understand how Boost works. This Administrators Manual part of this document is aimed to help you understand the basic functionality of Boost so that you can manage your own Boost environment.
The second part of the document, which is not available yet, will address some common use cases and describe how you can both set them up as an Administrator, but also how to use them as a normal user.
If you have any questions or problems, you can always reach out to the Boost development team by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Boost Team