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Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform Now Available

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

FatWire Unveils Web Experience Management Framework

FatWire Software announced the early-access release of its Web Experience Management Framework. The new framework delivers a set of components that enable integration of third-party and custom-built applications into the FatWire WEM product suite. Organizations can have an expanded set of web applications and functions operating as a unified interactive business platform. Several FatWire partners, including Mahindra Satyam, Congruent, frevvo, and Element 115, have already leveraged the WEM Framework. The WEM Framework provides: Common user interface framework – A single user interface provides unified management across FatWire applications and integrated third-party applications, giving users seamless access to the capabilities they need to manage their web presence; Centralized user and role management – Single sign-on enables users to login in once and navigate among WEM and partner applications while maintaining appropriate access privileges and capabilities; Centralized administration – This functionality enables centralized management of users, roles, site and applications. These policies automatically apply across all FatWire and third-party integrated solutions; REST API: This API enables turnkey repository connectivity for third-party applications, so they can access and run on FatWire-managed content. http://www.fatwire.com

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