Software implementing Enterprise Content Management
Software implementing Enterprise Content Management
Day Software was an enterprise content management software company headquartered in Basel, Switzerland and Boston, Massachusetts. Day Software was founded in 1993 in Basel, Switzerland. Day creates content management infrastructure software in the Day CRX product line and enterprise content management applications in the Day Communiqué product line. Day was acquired by Adobe in 2010.
Save Up To $400 Until December 31!
Before you head out for the long weekend, take a moment to register for Digital Experience Conference and take advantage of our Super Early Bird savings of up to $400 off the regular rate of our most popular conference passes.
The program will be available soon, but you have the opportunity to save big right now. Register today to check this off your list before the New Year!
Use code SUPER to save big and attend four co-located events, Digital Experience Conference, CRM Evolution, Smart Customer Service, and SpeechTEK when you upgrade your selection to the All Access Pass.
This deal won’t last, so cash in on it today. Deadline for savings is 12/31.
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced the immediate availability and free trial of its new Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform and first set of solutions for Customer Experience Management (CRM). The Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform, first unveiled in June, is an open, modular, standards-based offering for delivering engaging digital solutions across social, Web, mobile, and print channels. The platform includes integration with the Adobe Online Marketing Suite to optimize digital marketing campaigns and personalize digital experiences across all marketing, sales and service delivery channels. In addition, integration with Adobe Flash Builder(R) 4.5 and Flex 4.5 helps enterprise IT organizations build highly expressive mobile applications for Android devices, BlackBerry PlayBook, iPhone and iPad. Built on the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform, an initial set of the company’s Customer Experience Solutions are available now‚ Integrated Content Review; Web Experience Management; and Customer Communications. http://www.adobe.com/uk/solutions/customer-experience/enterprise-platform.html
HP and Autonomy Corporation announced the terms of a recommended transaction under which HP will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Autonomy for £25.50 ($42.11) per share in cash. The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both HP and Autonomy. The Autonomy board of directors also has unanimously recommended its shareholders accept the Offer. Based on the closing stock price of Autonomy on August 17, 2011, the consideration represents a one day premium to Autonomy shareholders of approximately 64 percent and a premium of approximately 58 percent to Autonomy’s prior one month average closing price. The transaction will be implemented by way of a takeover offer extended to all shareholders of Autonomy. A document containing the full details of the Offer will be dispatched as soon as practicable after the date of this release. The acquisition of Autonomy is expected to be completed by the end of calendar 2011. Founded in 1996, Autonomy is a provider of infrastructure software for the enterprise with a customer base of more than 25,000 global companies. Positions HP as leader in large and growing space‚Äî Autonomy has a strong position in the $20 billion enterprise information management space, which is growing at 8 percent annually and is uniquely positioned to continue growth within this space. Furthermore, key Autonomy assets would provide HP with the ability to reinvent the $55 billion business analytics software and services space, which is growing at 8 percent annually. Reasons for the acquisition were cited as‚Äî Complements HP’s existing technology portfolio; Provides differentiated IP for services and extensive vertical capabilities in key industries; Provides IPG a base for content management platforms; Enhances HP’s financial profile; as well as Autonomy should be accretive to HP’s earnings. http://www.hp.com/ http://www.autonomy.com/
Hyland Software has changed the capabilities of ECM software for colleges and universities with its latest software release, OnBase 11.0. More than 1,800 additions and enhancements were made in Hyland Software’s OnBase 11.0. These changes include‚Äî Configurable SIS integrations; Transcript capture and transfer credit evaluation; and Cross-browser support. http://www.hyland.com
OpenText announced it has acquired Global 360 Holding Corporation, a provider of process and case management solutions. The acquisition continues OpenText’s expansion into business process management (BPM) market. The transaction purchase price is approximately $260 million, subject to customary purchase price and holdback adjustments. The transaction has closed in the first quarter of fiscal 2012 and is not part of the fiscal 2011 fourth quarter and year-end results of OpenText. In February 2011, OpenText also acquired Metastorm, which offers other solutions that complement Global 360, such as business process analysis and enterprise architecture software. http://www.opentext.com http://www.global360.com