Bring an intelligent solution online in three days

Hyper.Net SnapShot's intelligent approach lets you configure a plug-and-play solution that responds to even the most demanding requirements.

Supports all input formats

Snapshot documents in any source format—including PDF and PDFA—from any required system (including SharePoint) or network drive. Email, nested email, and MSG email are also supported.

 
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Automated watermarking and metadata stamping

Create watermarking templates that allow you to vary watermarks by document type, division or any other criteria. Stamp any desired metadata onto every page of the resulting archive file in any desired location. Stamped values may also be computed on the fly from metadata and/or any external values. 

 

Custom pre-processing

Automatically pre-process source documents to meet any business requirement before they are transformed to PDF or PDFA: Extract audit trails from document managers and other systems for inclusion in the PDF or PDFA document; Apply password security to resulting documents; Open password-protected documents; Replace variables in Microsoft Word documents with real-time values from other systems.

 

Document merging/compounding

Combine documents related by a common metadata value or compound entire folder hierarchies and publish them into a single, watermarked PDFA file with an internal table of contents, sequential page numbering, and stamped metadata.

 

Lifecycle synchronization

Configure transformation and archiving to occur automatically when documents are added or updated. 

 

Load balancing and failover

Distribute conversion and publication processes across CPUs, servers and server pools to ensure maximum efficiency. If a server goes down, Hyper.Net SnapShot automatically re-distributes the workload across other servers to ensure 100% up-time and results.

 

Extremely high processing speed

Multi-threaded processes ensure maximal parallelism and superior speed for high-volume situations. Traditional PDF and PDFA solutions don't even come close.

 

Automatic routing

Automatically route final PDF and PDFA documents into the designated repository or external archiving system. Metadata is available during the routing process and can be used not only to control the routing process but also included in the package to be archived. Or route documents to email, network drives, and back into content management systems (including SharePoint).