Enterprise Web Experience Management (WEM) is all the rage these days — everyone wants to do more will less, in a more relevant, intelligent fashion and for multiple devices.
Answering the call, RivetLogic, an open source consulting firm, has developed an advanced WEM layer on top of the Alfresco open source content platform.
Dubbed Crafter Rivet — itself an open source offering (details here) — the product was developed by RivetLogic and key customers to address the WEM needs of both Alfresco customers and the broader market.
Crafter Rivet provides both an authoring and publishing application — Crafter Studio — and a high-performance content delivery system — Crafter Engine.
Crafter Studio comprises a set of a user-friendly features for marketers and other experience managers that includes dashboards, WYSIWYG authoring, in-context preview, workflow, analytics, and multi-channel publishing.
On the delivery side, Crafter Engine consumes content published from Crafter Studio and provides developers with the foundation for quickly building flexible Web and mobile applications using a range of delivery tier technologies.
Crafter Rivet provides a flexible WEM layer built on the Alfresco platform.
Rivet Logic is leading the charge to bring Alfresco WEM solutions into to the market by providing a solid Web Experience Management solution built upon and offered as open source software.
You can learn more about how Crafter Rivet works and engage in a live dialog with the RivetLogic team this Thursday — join in for a 1 hour webcast on April 12th running at 10am Pacific time / 1pm Eastern time. Click here to reserve your seat.
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