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documents authored in the Microsoft Office System and other applications into all of the formats users need, and stores the results—along The need to bridge the gap between Microsoft Office documents and the Web is of utmost importance when implementing portal and Web solutions. Unfortunately, it's not as easy as it seems. When it comes to the controlled authoring, conversion and deployment of content stored in documents, seemingly straightforward business requirements often lead to unexpected twists that seriously impact the long-term cost, usability, sustainability and scalability of a solution. Creating a successful solution requires good engineering in many areas, and overall the steadfastness to insist on maintaining important IT principles. First, the solution must use Microsoft Office as its authoring system—without add-on technology or specialized authoring techniques—to keep educational with metadata and security details—as Weboptimized relational data in Microsoft SQL Server. Accessing content becomes a standard Web development task that leverages Microsoft concepts like drag-and-drop Web Parts and Web Components to minimize the cost and complexity of custom development. Content can be

dynamically rendered into any format and into any taxonomy for any purpose, and can be navigated and searched at the topic level. The entire process of transforming and deploying content is totally automated, eliminating the need for extensive content integration projects and dedicated Web content development staff. Authors are able to use the Microsoft Office System to directly author Web content. Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server lets you take it one step further. Hyper.Net, the Microsoft Office System and SharePoint were designed to work together to create a seamless content authoring, transformation, deployment and Web portal development framework. You achieve a sustainable, scalable, totally automated Web content management infrastructure that is not

requirements minimal. Content must be available simultaneously and without human effort in various formats such as XML, HTML, PDF and markups for wireless devices. Content must be intuitive to locate, support configurable, multi-dimensional navigation and searching that results in highly-relevant hits, and allow users to locate the information they need quickly without having to browse through large documents to determine if hits are relevant. Content must comply with statutory accessibility requirements and be easy to integrate into any Web solution in the organization, including vertical solutions, portals and internet sites, as well as ERP and CRM systems. The entire content transformation and deployment process must be totally automated, tightly linked to the document lifecycle and easy to administer. Sounds like a lot to worry about. And if you try to implement all of that from scratch, it is.







expensive and easier to use than conventional, budget-consuming systems. Empowering people to contribute to Web content has never been easier: The Microsoft Office System and Hyper.Net. content management

Unlock unstructured content and put it instantly on tap for any portal or web solution in your enterprise!
How It Works
Hyper.Net automates the process of putting corporate knowledge on tap in the formats you need by transforming Microsoft Office and other documents into Web-ready data in the form of “unpacked” hypertext topics, PDF renditions and normalized, relational XML, and storing the resulting data in Microsoft SQL Server. No client software is required and all versions of Microsoft Office file formats are supported. Hyper.Net’s open-standards approach enables you to customize format transformation, to integrate any content source into the transformation process, and to access content via Web Services and snap-together Web Parts and Components. Topic/subject/content display Dynamic table of contents treeview Metadata display Ancestor list, related topics/subtopics “One-click” access to PDF and source files Dynamic hyperlink resolution Security model resolution Categorized top-Level navigation Feedback, ranking, page recommendation, subscriptions Inter- and intra-topic bookmarks Search functions that work locally on transformed content or work seamlessly with SharePoint search facility for global searches

Developing Solutions with Hyper.Net
Hyper.Net provides powerful tools for quickly developing robust content solutions. Drag-and-drop Web Parts for SharePoint Portal Server and Web Controls for .NET let you create solutions using common development environments and approaches.

Web Parts and Web Controls

Transformation of documents into relational data including XML, HTML4, PDF, etc. Generation of indexes and tables of contents Hyperlink detection, creation, and dependency checking Metadata management and topic-level security Creation of watermarked PDFs with metadata stamping Image scaling and thumbnailing Preservation of revision marks and annotations Effective version management with expiration dates, effective dates, and automatic rollback. Multimedia Resource Library that allows authors to leverage shared resources like images, PDFs and lists between documents Virtual Taxonomy Designer with multilingual support that makes it possible to create pre-defined or on-demand multi-dimensional navigational structures for content, allowing the same content to be used anyway and in anyplace without requiring changes to documents, document storage or existing Web programming

Technical Infrastructure
A ready-to-use n-tier architecture A built-in, high-speed content and multimedia caching system A complete Web Services interface A Business Object Model API, providing retrieval of information at the conceptual level: volumes, publications, topics, metadata, supporting formats, etc.

Business Communications

Business Applicability

Information Portals · News Services · Product Documentation · Brochures · Presentations Partner Documentation · Product/Service Support Information · Corporate Presence Web Sites Citizen and e-Government Portals · Partner Extranets

Proven success, around the world!

multiple solutions that

Hyper.Net’s Web parts for Microsoft SharePoint provide a compelling way to effectively integrate content authored in the Microsoft Office System into almost any Portal or Enterprise Content Management project. We see Hyper.Net content automation as a fundamental component in our enterprise content management architecture.” Andreas Schulz, Business Development Manager Information Worker Group, Microsoft Germany

Banking/Financial Services
Sparkassen Financial Group (Germany)

Members of the Sparkassen Financial Group, a consortium of over 400 businesses and 20,000 banking branches, are turning to Hyper.Net in increasing numbers to meet their information management needs. Working together, Coextant and Microsoft have created a turnkey solution named S-Desktop Portal that allows Sparkassen businesses to quickly deploy and easily operate employee portals containing automatically populated, up-to-date and personalized content.

Other Sectors
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (UK)
RBKC deployed Hyper.Net to help create an e-Government infrastructure for deploying government process documents to the public. The solution, encompassing meeting minutes, agendas, procedures and other government information, is based solely on Microsoft technologies, and is completely user-transparent.

HBOS-Halifax Bank of Scotland (UK)
HBOS leverages Hyper.Net Enterprise Content Automation and Integration technology in improve

Danish Defense (Denmark)
Danish Defense re-implemented their internet infrastructure with Content Management Server, SharePoint and Hyper.Net. The solution transparently delivers documents as true web content to workers in 100 different locations.

communication and knowledge sharing processes for over 60,000 employees across the organization.

German Retirement Insurance (Germany)
German Retirement Insurance, the largest public retirement insurer in Europe, cares for over 57 million customers. The authority uses Hyper.Net nationwide for the preparation and distribution of instructions.

Rieter (Switzerland)
Rieter, a leading global supplier of systems and services for the textile, automotive and plastics industries, deployed Hyper.Net to re-launch the Rieter internet Web site, which was subsequently ranked “Best Swiss Internet Web Site of 2004.”

Bertel O. Steen (Norway)
Norwegian DaimlerChrysler & Peugeot importer Bertel O. Steen used Hyper.Net to build a new knowledge management solution that provides employees in 140 dealerships with access to business critical information.

EUC NORD (Denmark)
SharePoint was deployed as the backbone for a new intranet portal. Hyper.Net was deployed to publish the large body of Office-authored content to forward-facing internet Web sites.

Corporate Business Process Employee Portals · Human Resources · User Guides · IT and System Documentation · Procedures · Work Instructions Corporate Guidelines · Quality Manuals · Knowledge Management · Forms ·Contracts ·Templates ·Examples Employee Educational Materials · Collaborative Projects · Distance and e-Learning Portals

About Coextant
Coextant Systems focuses on enabling businesses to effectively deploy and manage high-quality, content-intensive Web solutions that leverage standard IT technologies and existing skills in the organization. Successful Hyper.Net solutions have been deployed worldwide in various industries, including industry, financial services, health care, high tech, transportation and government. Coextant Systems has offices in Germany and Denmark and works with dedicated business partners worldwide.

Hyper.Net is built on Microsoft .NET from the ground up and is based on open Web standards. With its collection of Web Service interfaces, APIs and Web Parts for .NET and SharePoint, Hyper.Net is fine-tuned to let you leverage the power of the latest Microsoft portal and Web technologies to the fullest. If your IT landscape is a complex mixture of technologies, Hyper.Net’s open standards approach will help you quickly and seamlessly tie the power of authoring in the Microsoft Office System into the technologies and solutions you already have in place.

Preferred Hyper.Net Solution Providers
Coextant Professional Consulting Services can help you realize state-of-the-art portal solutions in Germany, Switzerland, Scandinavia, Benelux, the UK and the USA. In other areas of the world, Hyper.Net technology and expertise is available from recognized and proven solution providers. To locate a preferred Hyper.Net Solution Provider in your area, visit the Coextant Web site.

Hyper.Net Core Technologies (Microsoft)
Internet Information Server SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services Content Management Server .NET SQL Server Others…

Supported Legacy Technologies and Systems
Java SAP Enterprise Portal/NetWeaver IBM Websphere Portal/Lotus Workplace IBM Lotus Domino & Domino Document Manager Others…

Germany (Headquarters) Central und Southern Europe, International
Coextant Systems International AG Schoenbergstr. 45, D-73760 Ostfildern/Stuttgart Tel: +49 711 45 1000 18 Fax: +49 711 45 1000 20 E-mail: Web:

System Requirements
Hyper.Net Server – Hardware
2 CPUs 1Ghz+ 2+ GB RAM 60+ GB available hard drive space Network connectivity via TCP/IP

Denmark Northern Europe, International
Coextant Systems A/S Europaplads 16,1, DK-8000 Aarhus C Tel: +45 70 20 50 49 Fax: +45 70 20 50 48 E-mail: Web:

Hyper.Net Server – Software
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Microsoft Office 2003 Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Microsoft .NET 1.1 Adobe Acrobat 5.0+ (for PDF)

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