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Day: January 14, 2009

Alfresco and Remote-Learner.net Partner to Deliver Moodle eLearning Integration

Alfresco Software Inc. announced an OEM partnership with Remote-Learner.net, the provider of open source solutions for online learning management, record keeping and learning object storage to corporate, academic and governmental clients. The partnership will deliver solutions to allow learning organizations using Moodle’s open source course management system (CMS) to access Alfresco’s open source ECM repository to support content development and reuse. Remote-Learner’s Enterprise Learning Intelligence Suite for Moodle (ELIS) will be made available on February 12, 2009, allowing users to store and retrieve resources from within Moodle and Alfresco. This solution will enable learning organizations and existing Moodle users to access the back-end content repository services of Alfresco Enterprise, helping to ensure security, compliance, and auditability. Users will be able to more effectively manage, preview and track increasing volumes of content and digital assets on Moodle sites using Alfresco Enterprise. Alfresco Enterprise hosted or download trials are available at http://www.alfresco.com, http://remote-learner.net

Webinar: Ingersoll Rand, Club Car’s Strategy for Multilingual Product Documentation

Tuesday, Febuary 3rd, 2009: 11am EST / 10am CST / 8am PST
In the manufacturing industry, the pace of innovation in multinational product design and engineering can create a gulf between product availability and multilingual product documentation delivery. The result can negatively affect customer satisfaction, regulatory compliance programs, and global perception of product quality.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how the technical publications group at Ingersoll Rand, Club Car has closed this gap by:

  • Introducing manufacturing innovation into technical publications processes.
  • Collaborating with sales support to maintain and increase customer satisfaction.
  • Automating links between authoring, localization/translation, and publishing with technologies such as XML and translation memory.
  • Increasing the volume of multilingual product documentation without raising costs.

Join us to hear first-hand experience and best practices advice from Jeff Kennedy, Manager of Engineering Information and Systems at Ingersoll Rand, Club Car. Joined by Gilbane Senior Analyst Karl Kadie and Sajan Chief Marketing Officer Vern Hanzlik, this webinar discussion is a companion to Gilbane’s Club Car case study.

Register today. Moderated by Gilbane Group. Hosted by Sajan.

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