eCollege, a leading provider of value-added information services to the post-secondary education market, today announced it is collaborating with Microsoft Corp. and HP in the development of an industry-leading content management system specifically designed to support enterprise-wide eLearning programs both online and on campus. The eCollege Content Manager will be fully integrated into the eCollege platform to help institutions centrally manage, standardize and reuse content across multiple programs, courses, sections, and other applications. eCollege has a long track record of working with Microsoft in creating an industry-leading technology infrastructure as part of its outsource online education solution. HP will deliver and manage an advanced computing infrastructure composed of industry-standard HP ProLiant servers running Windows Server(TM) 2003 and HP StorageWorks technology. The eCollege Content Manager will be implemented at the end of 2004 for institutions to begin using for the 2005 spring term, starting in January. eCollege plans to continue leveraging content management functionality by providing additional features as part of its ongoing commitment to meeting the evolving needs of its customers. Learn more.