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Hyland Software Announces Support for BizTalk Server 2013

Integration extends line of business system value by incorporating near real-time document and data exchange

CLEVELAND, July 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its ongoing collaboration and development with Microsoft, Hyland Software now supports BizTalk Server 2013 for both on-premises and cloud deployment options.

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The integration for BizTalk Server 2013 ensures that OnBase, Hyland Software's enterprise content management (ECM) solution, stays in sync with third-party line of business (LOB) products including ERPs, CRMs, accounting systems, HRMs and others. The seamless integration drives data to and from applications without user interaction. By connecting documents and data through the OnBase integration for BizTalk Server 2013, organizations will gain greater process efficiency.  

Hyland's support of BizTalk Server 2013 enables a seamless move to the cloud and hybrid network architectures, with the same functionality. Within Windows Azure, administrators can bring up new instances of BizTalk Server in minutes, often lowering the total cost of ownership of their integrated solutions. This flexible offering from Hyland and Microsoft allows organizations to choose the deployment topology that best fits their needs. 

"This is the deepest level integration for BizTalk Server 2013, which allows two-way, near real-time updates," said Jim Creech, Hyland's strategic alliance manager.  "The immediate exchange of information enables faster, more accurate data processing because users don't have to wait hours for their systems to update. Instead, users can be confident that the information available in either system is correct and up-to-date to make better decisions."

"BizTalk Server 2013 is a simple, powerful and extensible integration solution," said Karri Alexion-Tiernan, director, server and tools marketing at Microsoft.  "With Hyland's OnBase software and BizTalk Server 2013, our joint customers have the tools they need to connect their applications and data across their datacenters and in the cloud."

Hyland has fostered close relationships with key technology providers, such as Microsoft since its origin in 1991. As a Gold Independent Software Vendor in the Microsoft Partner Network and a 2011 Partner of the Year finalist, Hyland remains dedicated to the continual development of award winning solutions and seamless integration with Microsoft platform and productivity software.

For more information about Hyland's strategic partnership with Microsoft visit our partner page.

About Hyland Software

For over 20 years, Hyland Software has helped our more than 11,600 lifetime customers by providing real-world solutions to everyday business challenges. That dedication is why Hyland realizes double-digit growth, and why 98 percent of our customer base continues to renew its annual maintenance. Our customers see the ongoing value of partnering with Hyland and continue to work with us year after year.

Hyland's enterprise content management (ECM) solution, OnBase, is one of the most flexible and comprehensive ECM products on the market today. OnBase empowers users to grow their solutions as needs change and business evolves. It is tailored for departments, but comprehensive for the enterprise, designed to give you what you need today and evolve with you over time. For more information about Hyland Software's ECM solutions, please visit Hyland.com.

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Megan Klingshirn 
(440) 788-4988
[email protected] 

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