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Hyland enables digital evolution with latest updates
Thu, 30th Jun 2022
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Hyland has launched its latest product enhancements and solutions designed to help its customers in their digital evolution journeys.

The new product functionality, which encompasses an array of Hyland's content services offerings, seek to help organisations advance employee and customer experience initiatives while benefiting from improved platform scalability, administration and user interface enhancements.

John Phelan, executive vice president and chief product officer at Hyland, says, “Hyland continues to identify ways to enhance our product suite and develop new solutions to drive our customers digital transformations forward. These latest enhancements are no different, with a broad set of applications across both our platform-level offerings and industry-specific applications. These features meet our goal of providing our customers around the globe with the most flexible and configurable cloud content services solutions.

New innovations within the Hyland product portfolio include the following:

Human Resources, including SAP SuccessFactors integration. Hyland's new OnBase integration for SAP SuccessFactors leverages a content services platform to connect HR content to corresponding employee data. Customers can use the integration to solve several business challenges, including general employee HR administration, HR onboarding, document compliance and more.

The OnBase integration for SAP SuccessFactors removes document silos and improves HR processes by providing content management capabilities directly from within the SAP SuccessFactors user interface. With simple clicks within a modern interface, SAP SuccessFactors users can capture and view employee documents, execute document tasks through workflows, and store content in OnBase all without ever leaving the SAP SuccessFactors application.

Content services including Alfresco. New enhancements across Hyland's Alfresco platform are focused across the user experience including Alfresco Digital Workspace, Mobile Workspace and Desktop Sync and provide a range of options for delivering user experiences that present relevant content in the appropriate context.

Other updates include:

  • New options for content-centric workflows and event-based form validation that enable organisations to automate tedious manual tasks, standardise decision-making and improve results.
  • Improvements on governance tools that simplify administration and provide enhanced security controls to ensure that sensitive or proprietary content is protected from unauthorised or inappropriate access.

New features in Hyland's Nuxeo Platform are also focused on user experience and security, as the Compound Documents enhancement allows end users to deal with compound documents out of the box without having to write scripts. Meanwhile, Content Redaction provides additional security for sensitive information while still being able to share most of a document making it perfect for case management or document management.

Meanwhile, Append with Bulk Edit provides more editing options for multivalued properties, making it easier and faster to edit without duplicating efforts, the company states.

Additional features now available for Hyland customers include an update to PACSgear Enterprise, Hyland Healthcare's enterprise imaging solution, which now supports chromium-based browsers and has increased flexibility for customers web-based applications. Within the solution, Image Link DICOM Modality Worklist streamlines encounter-based workflow by associating critical metadata for better image management and clinical visibility.

Customers now can deploy Hyland's Content Composer solution for customer communications management (CCM) in the Hyland Cloud. This release also enables customers to derive even further value from using the product with Splunk and OnBase while remaining confident that Content Composer continues to support new versions of popular Microsoft products, the company states.