Integration made easy
Weave integrates with HP TRIM records management system
The Weave-Trim application integration module provides a two way link between Weave and Trim. This module allows Trim to call out Weave to display information about a document or record and conversely enables the Weave browser to interact with the Trim desktop application to display documentation associated with the selected entities.
Weave uses open, flexible, state of the art technology to rapidly deliver system integration solutions that meet client needs and expectations. Weave is purposely designed to integrate an organisation's systems and silos of data, increasing the value of such assets, and to enable controlled delivery of information to all staff.
Hewlett-Packard's HP TRIM product is an enterprise document and records management system for physical and electronic information designed to help organisations capture, manage, and secure business information in order to meet governance and regulatory compliance obligations.
Federal Minister Launches Environmental Atlas Powered by Weave
Senator Don Farrell, Parliamentary Secretary for Sustainability and Urban Water, today launched a new online Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Atlas powered by Weave.
The atlas, funded by the National Water Commission and hosted by the Bureau of Meteorology, presents the first-ever comprehensive picture of Australia's groundwater-dependent ecosystems.
"This project is part of the Australian Government's substantial investment – under the Raising National Water Standards Program – to improving groundwater management," Senator Farrell said.
Groundwater has frequently been considered our water resource safety net in the face of a highly variable climate, growing demands from population growth and the pressures of development.
The atlas has already been recognised for its excellence in the "Spatial Enablement" Award category at the 8th Annual Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards in Melbourne. The use of Weave to base the atlas website significantly shortened the development time providing a solid platform for making large volumes of information available to the general public.