Maintain public confidence and comply with relevant security standards through Render’s customizable storage and industry-leading security features
Eliminate manual exports and repetitive data entry – link Render to your existing databases and third party software so PDFs are generated instantly, on-demand, using real-time data
Organizations report that almost 95% of operational time can be saved with document generation. For public sector organizations that deal with mounds of departmental and private data, the shift to paperless has been plagued with slow processes and non-compliance.
But Render solves this struggle by completing the work of an entire team automatically, 24 hours a day, without the risk of human error or malicious intent.
Unlike most document generation software, Render has a built-in storage platform that helps you automatically comply with security regulations.
Take advantage of AES 256 Encryption, customizable access rights, one-time-viewing, auto-deletion, audit logs, and other sophisticated security features to protect your organization’s private documents and avoid data breach fines.
Render’s API integrates seamlessly with processes, systems, and third party software that are already in place. With Render, it’s easy to introduce document generation and secure storage to streamline these operations.
You can both generate documents according to data from existing systems, and send generated documents back to your workflows for further processing.
Having departments that work with multiple systems is a major challenge for document security within the public sector. When not automatically stored, documents that are manually created from these systems often "float" around databases and inboxes, risking exposure from human negligence or malicious intent.
Render’s sophisticated API automates the entire process, no matter the department, database, or third party software. Accurate data is automatically converted into a standardized document, which is then stored, secured, and sent wherever it needs to be – all without the need for human intervention.
“700 council data breaches estimated last year”
“661 [US] government entities have been breached with 175, 332, 906 records affected… from January 2014 to July 2021”
“Seven [out of eight] agencies failed to provide for the adequate protection of PII”
“Inkit has enabled us to streamline our back office and collections, reducing program spend by up to 94%, while maintaining the flexibility to integrate with our existing apps and tools”
- Jordan Hill,
Product Manager, Bird