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HyperSTE

Create Content that is Clear, Consistent & Concise

Starting at €35 per month.

We are very excited to announce a subscription model of HyperSTE, the leading checker software for content quality in technical documentation. This means that we will be extending our classic on-premise model to a cloud model that allows for HyperSTE to be used as a service, see Plans & Pricing for more information!

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“The small details can have large impacts on efficiency.”
Elekta, Medical Devices

Overview

HyperSTE is integrated into your authoring software and checks your content based on rules for terminology, spelling, grammar, length, style and structure, and assists the writer with creating content that is more suitable for a global audience and be more cost effective.HyperSTE provides extensive reports for insight into metrics on quality, improvement areas, comparisons and more.

Easily manage and update multiple dictionaries containing company, division or project specific terms so that everyone always works with the most up-to-date and approved terms.

Reuse compliant sentences to help save time in content creation and translation cost.

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Linguistic Support

HyperSTE allows you to check compliance against a wide range of style guides, rule sets, and languages, including:

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Integrations

HyperSTE is integrated in many authoring environments, including:

  • Microsoft Word
  • PTC Arbortext Editor
  • Adobe FrameMaker
  • Oxygen
  • Madcap Flare
  • Adobe InDesign
  • JustSystems XMetaL
  • JustSystems XMAX
  • WebX Systems UltraAuthor

We also offer HyperSTE Desktop, a standalone version of HyperSTE, that allows checking of HTML and PDF files, amongst others.

We have managed multiple integrations with content management systems with our broad network of partners, including Ixiasoft DITA CMS, SDL Tridion, R4i, Fischer TIM-RS and PTC Windchill.

“The instructors were fantastic. Intelligent and accessible. I enjoyed the in-depth explanations about how to use language in an efficient way that is for the reader, not the writer. In the best of ways, I felt like I was back in university.”
Texas Instruments, Semiconductors