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User-Defined Window Highlights

In the collection industry there is often a need to store data that may be client, account or process specific and is usually unique to the individual agency. While RMEx does provide standard screens to store the more common types of data, it also allows you to create up to 99 additional screens (windows) to store any additional data you may need. We call these screens user-defined windows or UDWs. The key features of user-defined windows are:

  • Information can be loaded into the windows, electronically or can be entered by users
  • You can have free form windows or set up templates with some fixed text (a practical use is for defining titles for each field)
  • Window codes 01-50 can be updated/edited by a user
  • Window codes 01-50 can be set up to be client specific by using the client template option 
  • Window codes 51-99 can only be updated/edited by a program 
  • Window codes 51-99 can only be set up as a company template 
  • You can control the amount and type (alpha/numeric) of data entered into specific areas of the window
  • There are merge codes to print information from windows
  • You can use the information in the windows for smart code decision-making (? logic).
  • You can automatically present a window based on the client on the account or the application of a smart code
  • You can print information from a window
  • You can store up to a 999 lines of data per window

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