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Bluecielo ECM Solutions has released Innocielo Publisher 2009 – the latest version of the optional Publisher add-on for Innocielo Meridian Enterprise.

In the publishing process, engineering documents are rendered into universally readable formats and stored in a target system, such as a Windows folder, an FTP site, Microsoft Sharepoint, IBM Filenet, EMC Documentum, or Innocielo Meridian Enterprise.

Innocielo Publisher and its relevant modules make it possible to automate the publishing process, triggered by predefined document lifecycle events or on an ad-hoc basis.

Innocielo Publisher is used together with Innocielo Meridian Enterprise by companies such as Areva TandD Systems, Huntsman, Johnson Controls, Pfizer and Siemens in energy/utilities, manufacturing, oil and gas, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and other markets.

‘Innocielo Publisher is a useful extension to Innocielo Meridian Enterprise, which we currently use to manage about 280,000 technical documents,’ said Alan Painter, business manager – secondary systems, Areva TandD Systems.

‘It provides us with a standard approach to the high-volume printing of our project documentation and integrates with our system to produce neutral PDFs for easy distribution.

‘With Innocielo Meridian Enterprise at the front end, Innocielo Publisher operates invisibly in the background and sends our publishing requirements to our servers in a wholly automated process, cutting out the need for manual, time-consuming effort,’ he added.

‘Innocielo Publisher and its modules make it easier for organisations to distribute information to departments outside of engineering in neutral, accessible file formats,’ said Martijn Janmaat, chief executive of Bluecielo.

‘Approved documents are also available to collaboration partners at the right time, through the right medium.

‘With the entire information exchange process being automated, companies can experience shorter turnaround times, greater efficiency and better protection of their intellectual property if external parties are involved,’ he added.

Innocielo Publisher 2009 has been enhanced with the introduction of new modules.

The Microsoft Sharepoint Publishing module allows users to publish rendered and native content from Innocielo Meridian Enterprise to Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007.

Documents can be published to document libraries in Microsoft Sharepoint, to a default folder location, or to a location calculated from properties or path.

Innocielo Meridian Enterprise properties can be mapped to Sharepoint properties during this process.

The IBM Filenet Publishing module allows users to publish rendered and native content from Innocielo Meridian Enterprise to IBM Filenet Panagon Content Services 5.4 and 5.5 and IBM Filenet P8 4.0.

Documents can be published to Object Stores in IBM Filenet to a default folder location, or to a location calculated from properties or path.

Innocielo Meridian Enterprise properties can be mapped to Filenet properties during this process.

The EMC Documentum Publishing module allows users to publish rendered and native content from Innocielo Meridian Enterprise to EMC Documentum 5.3.

Documents can be published to Docbases in EMC Documentum, to a default folder location, or to a location calculated from properties or path.

Innocielo Meridian Enterprise properties can be mapped to EMC Documentum properties during this process.

Innocielo Publisher 2009 comes with several other enhancements.

For example, it is now possible to publish specific document revisions instead of only the latest revision.

Options have been added to the ‘Publish to Vault’ module to allow for the publication of document history and the synchronisation of document status properties in the target and destination vaults.

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