Webiplex provides an on-ramp for companies and governments seeking to publish and share information on the semantic web.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010 – Webiplex announced today that it has released a new module, the DocuPeak Meta Server, for its flagship business process automation and document management platform as a service (PaaS). The DocuPeak Meta Server allows for business process data as well as traditional document content controlled by the DocuPeak platform to be published as product catalogs or any other metadata rich application. The DocuPeak Meta Server is already integrated with the Google Base online database and thus the Google Merchant Center as well.
“The DocuPeak Meta Server bridges the gap between real world organizations that operate today with a mix of paper and electronic processes, and the new world of the semantic Web. The promise of the semantic Web ultimately lies in information locked inside these traditional IT environments. Webiplex is really the only provider in this space trying to create value in organizing unstructured information in this new model,” says Rob Rennie, Founder and CTO of Webiplex.
The Webiplex DocuPeak platform provides content capture features, including document imaging, electronic document management, and integration with XML and EDI sources. In addition, content intelligence functionality efficiently mines captured content into actionable metadata. DocuPeak’s forms-based workflow management integrates semantic Web publishing as a seamless part of any existing business process.
Whether it’s a manufacturer publishing a product catalog with scanned datasheets of current inventory, or a city government complying with open information mandates and requirements, the DocuPeak Meta Server can create new markets, and drive new efficiencies. The DocuPeak Meta Server makes it easy for organizations to tap into the concepts of the semantic Web for results immediately – not in the far off future.