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  • The Road Less Traveled in Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

    - 21 August 2014

    2014 has been an exciting year thus far for Alfresco. Our developer Community continues to expand, we’ve brought great new partners into the fold, and ...

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    The Road Less Traveled in Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
  • Our Commitment to a Strong Open Source Product

    - 14 August 2014

    In 2009, I wrote a blog post entitled, “Building a Stronger Open Source Product”. I used that post to share the philosophy behind Alfresco Community ...

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    Our Commitment to a Strong Open Source Product

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By Jeff Klemens, Principal of Sageview Capital The funding environment in Silicon Valley today is best classified as both dynamic and robust. Buoyed by both strong consumer successes such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and GoPro, and enterprise winners including Splunk, Workday, Palo Alto Networks and ServiceNow, the venture capital and growth equity community have seen ...

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2014 has been an exciting year thus far for Alfresco. Our developer Community continues to expand, we’ve brought great new partners into the fold, and we are incredibly honored to have been selected by some very prestigious new customers. Even better, our visionary product innovation at the intersection of business-critical content, process and collaboration continues ...

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In 2009, I wrote a blog post entitled, “Building a Stronger Open Source Product”. I used that post to share the philosophy behind Alfresco Community Edition, and to provide guidelines for when a feature of Alfresco is made freely-available and when it is paid-only. Alfresco has evolved significantly since that time. We added one SaaS ...

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Alfresco comes alive with our partner solutions – our partner ecosystem continues to grow with more partners building Alfresco based solutions. Last month we celebrated top partners in the Americas at a Partner Training event held at our US Headquarters in San Mateo.  It’s always great to get partners together with our Executive, Engineering and ...

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We are delighted to announce the schedule for Alfresco Summit 2014 – It’s time to reinvent work! Please join us at this year’s Summit where Doug Dennerline, our CEO and President, will be sharing our company vision along with John Newton, CTO and Chairman, who will provide an overview of our product strategy that enables ...

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Just weeks after our initial release of the Enterprise edition of Activiti, we’ve added a new capability to make the design of Business Processes even easier. “Hang on,” I hear you say, “did I miss that Activiti is now a supported Enterprise product from Alfresco?  Let alone new features!” As the clamoring for an Enterprise ...

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The PGA TOUR hosts over 120 tournaments a year all over the world, featuring some of the greatest golfers of our time. But when it came to document management, it wasn’t all fun and games for the organization. Agronomists measuring the greens struggled to quickly update information from the field, marketing couldn’t easily access past ...

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Registration for Alfresco Summit 2014 is now open. This year Alfresco Summit is happening in San Francisco on September 23, 24, & 25 and in London on October 7, 8, & 9. Between now and June 30 you can take advantage of the early-bird rate. As we’ve done in the past, the first day, Tuesday, ...

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Today, enterprises face a dizzying array of business demands. Enterprise companies are expected to be game-changers in their industry. Studies show CIOs who have mastered the shift from IT as a cost center to IT as a value center are more satisfied—and secure—in their job. They scoff at the old joke that CIO stands for ...

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When transportation giant Eurostar – a multi-national enterprise owned by the French, English and Belgian governments – merged into one entity, thousands of documents needed to be combined and reconciled into a single repository. These documents – primarily the more than 60,000 engineering drawings from three different countries, in three different languages – were stored ...

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