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HyperSTE for IrisCheck

Content Quality Checking inside IrisCheck

HyperSTE is a content quality checker that fully integrates in IrisCheck to check your content against writing rules and approved terminology. With HyperSTE you can do quality checks of your XML content and receive feedback right inside Irischeck. HyperSTE provides quality metrics against a number of writing standards and supports writing rules for terminology, spelling, grammar, length, style and structure.

About IrisCheck

IrisCheck is a comprehensive S1000D validation tool that helps you ensure the data you have is valid to the S1000D specification and includes additional checks for:
• CSN and CIR references
• BREX (full-layered support) – Verify your data against your organization’s business rules
• Applicability References – Verify references are defined in your ACT/CCT
• Schema, File Names, Data Module Refs, and more Available as a stand-alone application, IrisCheck flexibly fits the needs of your business.

HyperSTE for IrisCheck Features

Checks Content

Checks your content against 60+ writing rules

Metrics Reports

Reports for metrics

Plugin for IrisCheck

Core Dictionary

Comes with core dictionary with over 3,000 words

Portal Access

Access to online portal with editor for checking content, terminology management and profile management

Update own Dictionary

Ability to update and maintain your own dictionary with additional terms

Support

Technical support available through ste-support@etteplan.com

Must-Have

Great value for IrisCheck users looking for compliance with STE and other style guides

Testimonials What customers are saying

Schlumberger Oil & Gas

Helped us gain an appreciation for non-English as first language speakers and writers (globally diverse audience).

Electrolux Household Appliances

The instructor’s knowledge was fully satisfying. Interesting training in each detail. HyperSTE helped us achieve considerable savings in documentation and translation.

Radiometer Medical Devices

Finding unexpected translation issues when we worked on our own content was a crucial convincer to the team.

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