A world-leading producer of industrial enzymes, Novoyzmes used Hyper.Net to completely automate the flow of content from author to end-user in a quality management system with extremely strict compliance requirements.
A large department-store chain in central Europe, Globus used Hyper.Net to automate the flow of information within its employee portal. Documents are first authored in standard Microsoft Office applications and stored in Microsoft SharePoint libraries, where workflow and approval take place. Hyper.Net then automatically makes this content available in multiple formats on the Globus employee portal for worldwide access. The solution completely automated the content management process and ensured employees would at all times have access to consistent, up-to-date information.
Wacker Chemie AG uses Hyper.Net in its SAP-based business process to automate the task-oriented production of comprehensive documentation and security reports for its chemical production facilities and to ensure compliance with regulatory incident reporting statutes.
The East Münsterland Savings Bank deployed a new employee portal based on Microsoft SharePoint and Hyper.Net. The solution, which converts and publishes content coming from many different document systems and combines it with non-transformed content coming from traditional information systems, accelerated the bank’s ability to provide employees with searchable, up-to-date information in task-optimized formats. The solution significantly reduced the bank’s portal administration costs and at the same time increased its competitive response potential.
In a Domino-based environment, Coextant implemented a Hyper.Net-based solution that automatically converts Microsoft Word documents (complex organizational and employee manuals) into multiple formats and re-purposes their structure, appearance and function for various end-user needs. Hyper.Net’s automated transformation process ensures the latest approved content is always available to the end-user community.
The central bank of Switzerland had begun facing bottlenecks in its ability to deploy information to its Internet presence and various other information systems. The bank selected Hyper.Net to replace its existing, often manual processes with a completely automated, centralized transformation process that delivers the same source content to all of the required destinations in the required formats and structures. The bank took the solution one step further by deploying Hyper.Net’s HTML, PDF, and other output formats into a centralized database, which makes it possible for existing applications throughout the organization to access the content they need using predictable data structures, and to present it to users with different navigational systems and appearances. Authors are able to manage a single, controlled document that serves as the source for the corresponding content used by applications throughout the organization.
To accelerate the business process and achieve greater transparency in the enterprise, the City of Hamburg deployed a new electronic information workflow management system named HIM (Hamburg Information Management) to replace its existing paper-based document routing and workflow processes. Hyper.Net and the Hyper.Net PDF/A Compliance Module were selected to handle the uniform conversion of all documents into the PDF/A storage format and the preparation of these PDF/A files for the archive.
The Hamburg Port Authority deployed Hyper.Net SnapShot to handle the process of converting all of its various document types into uniform PDF/A documents and routing them to storage. SnapShot's full feature set—including metadata stamping, watermarking and PDF/A compounding—made complying with EU archiving regulations easy.
For the German National Retirement Insurance Agency (Deutsche Rentenversicherung), Coextant implemented a solution that automates the management, conversion and deployment of work instructions and legal texts. All organizations within the agency use the solution to ensure up-to-date information is available in all necessary formats both internally and on the agency's Web site. The source documents are authored in Microsoft Office, converted and re-purposed by Hyper.Net and deployed in Domino databases for internal distribution and to the public via Web.
In 2014, Siemens replaced the platform underlying its international accounting guidelines management solution with SharePoint 2013. As the authoring, maintenance, preparation, and deployment of procedures within the existing solution had been characterized by time-intensive manual effort, Siemens decided it was time to seek a modern, SharePoint-based solution that would provide a more comprehensive set of features and a higher degree of automation. The selection fell to Hyper.Net, and a new, Hyper.Net-based solution was rolled out in spring 2014. The solution completely automates the process of delivering the latest versions of all relevant guidelines to the responsible business units in user-optimized formats and provides a solid foundation for the implementation of corporate governance processes.