Washington DC (PRWEB) April 7, 2005
Hyperwave, a leading provider of collaborative Enterprise Content Management solutions announced today that Hyperwave eRecords Suite has received certification against the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) 5015.2 Standard. With this achievement, Hyperwave is one of only ten vendors currently certified in both Chapter 2 (Mandatory Requirements) and Chapter 4 (Management of Classified Records) for Records Management.
The Hyperwave eRecords Suite provides government agencies with critical records management elements Â supporting the entire lifecycle of an agencyÂs records. Government agencies benefit from an innovative solution that combines content, process, and connectivity to invisibly enforce policy at the technology layer, eliminating user-related error, time and cost factors, and ensuring best practice records management.
"Hyperwave eRecords Suite empowers organizations to manage and categorize electronic and physical records while leveraging HyperwaveÂs collaborative Knowledge Management solutions to access, store, locate and manage information across a wide range of platforms and networks,Â stated Peter Watson, vice president of Hyperwave. ÂAchieving DoD 5015.2 Chapter 2 and Chapter 4 certification continues to show our commitment to delivering solutions that meet and exceed stringent security compliance requirements faced by government agencies.Â
To achieve certification, Hyperwave successfully demonstrated its records management technology meets specific criteria for definition and management of classification guides and rules that define security clearance levels and provides key security, reporting and auditing features that enable administrators to control document access and track user interactions within the system. DoD 5015.2-STD certification verifies Hyperwave eRecords SuiteÂs ability to control the creation, declaration, classification, retention and destruction of electronic and non-electronic records.
HyperwaveÂs eRecord Suite is also approved against the UKÂs The National Archives 2002 ERM standard - a notable achievement as together the DOD 5015.2 and the TNA 2002 testing standards are regarded as the most important global records management standards. By committing to these very high standards defined by the US and UK electronic records managers and compliance officers, Hyperwave is enabling itÂs customers to provide EDRM based solutions with the highest global records management credentials.
HyperwaveÂs integrated, collaborative environment brings together people, processes and information to foster knowledge sharing and development, participation and networking.
Hyperwave is a mature, fully integrated and modular solution that enables users to gather, manage, share, and reuse knowledge across the enterprise. The sturdiness of Hyperwave architecture assures accelerated and trusted decision intelligence, assuring that intellectual capital will be available to users who need it, when they need it, and with trusted reliability.
Our customizable solutions provide:
Â Collaboration & Communities of Practice
Â Enterprise Document & Content Management
Â Managed Discovery & Learning Environments
Â Records Management
Â Knowledge Portals
Hyperwave solutions have been installed in more than 300 organizations worldwide, across a wide range of market sectors including Federal U.S. government, state & local government, education, financial & insurance institutions, and manufacturing organizations. Federal customers include the U.S. Department of Defense ODS/NII Horizontal Fusion KMINCE Initiative, Health and Human Services, the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC), and the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center (Charleston, S.C.).
For more information, visit us at http://www.federal.hyperwave.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About DoD 5015.2 STD
The US DoD 5015.2 STD is the accepted design criteria for electronic records management software applications. The 5015.2 standard defines the mandatory operational, legislative, and regulatory requirements that must be met by the records management application products acquired by the Department of Defense. To receive the sought-after DoD certification, a product must comply with 147 rigorous mandatory requirements, provide the infrastructure for a corporate file plan that includes all forms of electronic and physical documents, and also provide a retention plan that incorporates both time- and event-driven disposition instructions. The Defense Information Systems AgencyÂs Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) performs the Records Management Application (RMA) Certification test of RMA products for compliance with DoD 5015.2 STD. It is DoD policy that only certified products be acquired by DoD organizations. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has endorsed the JITC RMA Certification Testing Program.
For more information on the certifications, go to http://jitc.fhu.disa.mil/recmgt/register.htm