Automated PDF/A conversion and metadata stamping for SharePoint
New partnership enables organizations to quickly comply with PDF/A regulatory requirements
The partnership enables Coextant to tightly embed PDFTron's PDF/A Manager within its universal document conversion and publishing service for SharePoint-Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition-for the purpose of extending it with the specialized PDF/A capabilities needed to efficiently and reliably satisfy regulatory requirements for automated enterprise archiving and third-party information exchange on the SharePoint platform. PDFTron gains through the partnership greater access to the SharePoint market.
Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition-a mature, Web Services-based product that has been successfully deployed by enterprises around the world since the earliest days of SharePoint-automatically and simultaneously converts documents managed in SharePoint into every standard format required by key corporate information solutions such as Intranet sites, employee portals, Web sites, online manuals and social networks.
With the extended PDF/A support delivered by PDFTron's proven PDF/A Manager technology, Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition offers businesses a unique, fully automated solution for quickly complying with stringent archiving and other regulatory requirements on the SharePoint platform. A prominent strength of the solution is its ability to ensure the production of valid PDF/A files enhanced through:
Conversion - PDF/A files can be generated from nearly any document format including PDF
Watermarking - PDF/A files can be produced with custom watermarks containing static or calculated images and text on all or on selected pages
Metadata stamping - PDF/A files can be stamped with document or calculated metadata on the first or on all pages
Document compounding - A single PDF/A file with its own, unique watermarks and metadata stamps can be automatically assembled from an unlimited number of source documents on demand (for the compilation of a dossier, for example), or based on an event (when a component document is modified, for example)
Automated storage & archiving - The resulting PDF/A files can be stored back into their original SharePoint libraries, published into shadow libraries or automatically transferred to external archiving systems
Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition is available for both Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services. Versions for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Foundation are scheduled for release at the end of 2010. Detailed information about the product is available at http://www.coextant.com.
Coextant will be displaying Hyper.Net SharePoint Edition with the new, embedded PDF/A Manager technology 26-28 October at the European DMS EXPO in Stuttgart, Germany. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/bhJb0o
PDFTron Systems Inc. (http://www.pdftron.com) is a global provider of industry-leading, high-performance document processing and conversion technology related to PDF, XPS, SVG and other graphic file formats. PDFTron's cross-platform products provide organizations a cost-effective, reliable and easy way to seamlessly integrate all types of PDF capabilities and document conversion functionality with complex enterprise-wide document management and publishing workflows, interactive client applications as well as high-traffic server-based applications.
"Coextant" and "Hyper.Net" are registered trademarks of Coextant Systems International in Europe and in the United States. "PDFTron" and "PDF/A Manager" are either registered trademarks and/or trademarks of PDFTron Systems Inc. in Canada, the US and/or other countries. Other trademarks are acknowledged and property of their respective holders.
About Coextant Systems GmbH
Coextant Systems (http://www.coextant.com), a global specialist in automated enterprise content flow solutions, is a leading provider of intelligent products and solutions that help organizations transparently convert documents authored in traditional formats into every required end-user format and automatically deploy and maintain the optimized content simultaneously in corporate portals, Web sites, archiving systems, information exchange applications and other mission-critical information solutions. Using Coextant content flow technology and expertise, businesses are enabled to completely automate the supply of up-to-date content across platforms, technologies, applications and corporate boundaries in multiple formats, structures and languages.