A drag and drop interface, faster web content management, and a flexible infrastructure for third-party SSO integration are all enhancements announced by Interwoven to its Enterprise CMS--TeamSite--at the company's annual pan-European user conference (Gearup Europe) this week. Gear up, indeed. This significant upgrade ratchets Interwoven tightly into the European market as a benchmark company, while the competition continues to shake out.Included in the new version of TeamSite is full enterprise support for Linux, giving companies another OS option.
This upgrade continues Interwoven's drive to make it easier to execute, manage and control complex projects that span multiple Websites and multiple delivery channels -- a boon to larger organizations seeking to reuse and repurpose their data.
TeamSite Advanced Information Management Services helps enterprises increase productivity by enabling users to quickly and easily find, retrieve, and leverage managed content and information. TeamSite ReportCenter empowers enterprises to measure the efficiency of people, processes, and systems to accelerate time-to-value from their WCM investment.
Combined with Interwoven Content Intelligence Services, which automate content categorization and metadata, the Interwoven Web Content Management solution is the first in the industry to extend such advanced information management and reporting capabilities to enterprises.
This makes Interwoven a strong international provider in ECM, and with recent mergers among competitors seeking to provide solid alternatives in this market, IT managers have some excellent choices when they're ready for a major Enterprise CMS purchase.
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