Integrating OnBase with Your Existing Business Applications
OnBase is designed to complement existing IT investments and reduce IT complexity by acting as an extension of existing business applications. Whether your organisation relies on a tier one application across the enterprise, a niche solution specific to your industry or a combination of many software applications, OnBase features an array of options to content- and workflow-enable your existing IT investments by linking transactional business documents to them.
OnBase supports integration with products from:
The OnBase Application EnablerT rapidly integrates OnBase with text-based, JavaT, Windows®, Web-based and host applications without the need for custom coding. Easily configured and rapidly deployable, Application Enabler has been used to integrate OnBase with hundreds of line-of-business applications to reduce labor associated with indexing and retrieval, automate the creation of template-based documents and trigger automated workflows.
Dedicated integrations exist for a number of industry leaders, such as Microsoft, SAP and ESRI®. These thoroughly tested modules offer reliable solutions for combining data-centric applications with transactional content that drives processes. In addition, OnBase has a number of technology partners offering products that can be used in conjunction with OnBase for an end-to-end solution.
Hyland Software has developed a set of Web Services that will process requests for documents to be stored or retrieved and process workflow execution requests. The Hyland Web Services software development kit (SDK) for .NET allows object-oriented programming without requiring knowledge of technologies such as XML or SOAP. The Hyland Web Services SDK for JavaT includes a JAR file that enables object-oriented programming in Java using Java objects without requiring knowledge of the OnBase XML structure or SOAP. This extends OnBase access and interoperability to the majority of current computing platforms.
OnBase also features a rich set of application programming interfaces (APIs) to facilitate more complex integrations with enterprise, Web and legacy applications. OnBase APIs enable remote or local applications to interact with the OnBase content repository and Workflow using standard COM, DCOM, HTTP and SOAP protocols.