New and Enhanced Features on Compliance.ai: January 2022
February 10, 2022
As we began 2022, we focused on adding API capabilities, further enhancing workflows, and adding more quality of life enhancements for pro.compliance.ai.
Additionally, we continued enriching our coverage of US state legislations and regulations, as well as expanded our coverage in multiple jurisdictions throughout Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Manage your users using enterprise identity management: Support for SCIM
Many of you already access our Pro and Team solutions via your corporate login credentials. Now, we’ve added support for SCIM (The System for Cross Domain Identity Management) to enable centralized role management. If you or your IT team would like to manage user roles using your own corporate identity access/roles management system rather than using Compliance.ai’s web-based user role management capabilities available in our Team and Pro editions, visit Compliance.ai SCIM Identity Management to get started and then test it out using our Interactive API under the SCIM dropdown.
Get enhanced results using our Search API and improved error messages for other endpoints
Our enhanced Search API endpoint now allows you to request an enhanced version of the full text that has cleaner formatting. Marking the new “formatted_full_text” parameter in the request as “true” will enhance the “full_text” attribute in the results for documents that have sentences available.
We also improved error messaging to provide more details about why the requests failed. The following API endpoints will now provide more insight on failed requests – Agencies, Jurisdictions, Acts, Document Types, Regulation, Diffing, and Suggestion.
Right click to optimize your document review experience
Last month, we introduced our new resizable right panel to help you focus on the elements of our platform that are most important to complete your tasks at hand. In January, we added another new feature that provides even more control over your experience. To review multiple documents side-by-side, or for a quick check on multiple documents, try our new feature and right click on Timeline, Enforcement, News or Search to open PDFs in new tabs or browser windows.
New Workflow capability allows you to reopen tasks and correct mistakes
Everyone makes mistakes. To help fix mistakes in your workflow tasks, we’ve introduced the option to reopen a task, change your decision, and have the new decision impact downstream workflow tasks. For example, you will now be able to complete a Preliminary Review task as “not relevant”, which will auto-complete subsequent tasks. Later, if you realize the document actually is relevant, simply reopen your task, change the assessment to “relevant” and the subsequent tasks will be reopened automatically.
Downstream tasks auto-completed based on relevance assessment
Downstream tasks re-opened based on new relevance assessment
One Source for Regulatory Intelligence: Expanding Regulatory Coverage
We continued the expansion of regulatory sources to strengthen our coverage ofUSstate legislations and regulations. You can now follow recent regulatory updates for:
State Legislative Activity updates from Arkansas, Hawaii, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Maine, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Additionally, our international coverage continues to grow, allowing you to track activity from the following international agencies:
United Arab Emirates: Dubai Executive Council (ARE-DEC), Dubai International Financial Centre (ARE-DIFC)
Australia: Federal Register of Legislation Australia (AUS-PARL)
Hong Kong: Securities and Futures Commission (HKG-SFC)
India: Bureau of Indian Standards (IND-BIS)
International: United Nations Security Council (INT-UNSC)
Switzerland: Financial Market Supervisory Authority (CH-FINMA), Federal Council (CH-FC)
Cayman Islands: Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CYM-CIMA), Department for International Tax Cooperation (CYM-DITC), Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly (CYM-LA)
Germany: Deutscher Bundestag (German Parliament) (DEU-BT), Bundesministerium der Justiz (Federal Ministry of Justice) (DEU-BMJ)
Please visit our complete list of regulatory sources, and bookmark the page as we update it frequently!
Update your Default Filters at any time to take advantage of our new international sources.
We hope you enjoyed this product update!
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