Posts Tagged ‘alfresco’

When to Shake: Handshake Use Cases (Part 2)

this post is a continuation of our discussion about search connector use cases. Click here to read the first half of this topic. Customer Service Search has changed the way customer service is offered and provided. Smarter algorithms and better machine learning models can help deflect cases, but sometimes a call is necessary. Search can […]

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Spring Cleaning with Alfresco and AWS

Organizing the home and cleaning become big activities around the homes of Americans at this time of the year as we head towards spring and the look of clutter creates uneasy feelings. In a similar vein, corporations also feel the pinch as the accumulation of digital files, paperwork, and customer data become a challenge in […]

Meet Alfresco and Perficient at Re:Invent

Earlier this year, Perficient announced a partnership with Alfresco, jointly expanding the enterprise content management (ECM) and business process management (BPM) technologies and offerings. We are confident these new technologies will enable organizations to unlock the power of their business-critical content. As a part of our partnership, we’ll also be holding conversations at the upcoming […]

Perficient Announces New ECM Partnership with Alfresco

In May, Perficient formalized a partnership with Alfresco to expand our capabilities in the Enterprise Content Intelligence space. Alfresco provides modern enterprise content management (ECM) and business process management (BPM) software that enables organizations to unlock the power of their business-critical content. Based in San Mateo, CA, Alfresco provides ECM and BPM solutions with controls […]

Maximizing Your Document Management System ROI Through Digital Signatures

It’s probably a safe assumption that your organization made the switch to an electronic document management system (e.g., SharePoint, Office 365, Documentum, Alfresco, NextDocs, eDOCs DM) some time ago. Take a few minutes and think back on the underlying reasons for that investment. I’m sure the list you came up with includes things like keeping […]

Sesame Street Uses Liferay Portal

Gartner highlighted the CIO of  Sesame Workshop, Noah Broadwater.  What’s interesting is the sophistication of their network of sites and content.  Here are some highlights: Use Liferay for portal. Scales nicely and they contribute to the open source community Heavily use Flash and are starting to create Adobe Air applications Use Akamai to stream content […]

Lotusphere 2010: Quickr Collaboration

I’ll be at Lotusphere all week.  You’ll probably see more posts today because that’s the time IBM reserves for anouncements.  First off from the keynotes is Quickr, They have plans for both the Domino and the J2EE versions. The Quickr J2EE upgrade will be  3X faster. Will features improved Both versions of Quickr will feature […]