The Web CMS mavens at Percussion Software just announced the release of Axceler, a company spun out of its collaboration division.
"For many years, we were fortunate to have two successful businesses," said newly-inaugurated CEO Barry Reynolds of Percussion. "Now each business will be better positioned to benefit from a single focus on its core strengths."
With a breadth of collected research data revolving around collaborative software and usability, Percussion developed a great deal of practical implementation and insight on the Lotus format.
Because of this background, Axceler is poised to provide the largest-selling Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino admin products, focusing mainly on integration, administration and business process automation.
The Lotus Domino suite of offerings includes:
* ServerAdmin Plus, an integrated solution for managing Lotus Domino servers and Lotus Notes clients.
* Notrix, which brings relational data from other enterprise sources into time-critical Domino apps.
*PowerFlo, which helps add workflow logic to Domino applications.
* Lyrix, which converts rich content into standard formats for easy sharing and transition.
Already over 2,000 enterprises lean mightily on Axceler software products to streamline the process by which they manage their platforms. Major brands include Coca-Cola, Proctor & Gamble, Target, FedEx, MasterCard and The New York Times.
Axceler will be managed independently of Percussion. Former President Michael Alden will also join Axceler as CEO and President. His position at Percussion will be taken on by Barry Reynolds, who co-founded the company in 1994.
If you're wondering what Percussion will be doing with the whole Lotus aspect out of its hands, it'll still be busy with enterprise CMS solution Rhythmyx, a blooming product leader in its category.
Learn more or leap in at the Axceler website.