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Open Text Livelink ECM to Offer Extended Collaboration
Open Text Corp. (www.opentext.com), a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, announced a major new collaboration offering designed to help organizations extend the power of Web 2.0 to the promise of Enterprise 2.0: Livelink ECM—Extended Collaboration. It will give customers a set of communities, social computing, and real-time collaboration tools within Livelink ECM. Livelink ECM—Extended Collaboration will be available in May.
The new offering is one of several product initiatives the company will be introducing as part of a broad new Enterprise 2.0 strategy (www.opentext.com/news/pr.html?id=2018) to help customers transform their organizations with social computing tools. Open Text is taking its collaboration and web solutions offerings to a new level, providing 2.0 capabilities, including wikis, forums, blogs, tagging, moderation, communities, and real-time collaboration within an organization’s broader ECM strategy. Livelink ECM—Extended Collaboration is complemented by Open Text’s Web Solutions offerings that are well integrated with the Livelink ECM platform and other content repositories.
Livelink ECM—Extended Collaboration connects people, processes, and content across an organization. The solution combines a knowledge repository with project work spaces, polls, news channels, tasks, and milestones. A set of community applications brings specialized, enterprise-ready tools, such as forums, blogs, wikis, and real-time collaboration, along with newsletter views, FAQs, and event calendars to promote shared expertise and best practices.
Source: Open Text Corp.
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