SiteScape Provides San Diego with Citywide Collaboration Platform

Mar 28, 2003


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SiteScape, a Web-based enterprise collaboration platform provider, has announced an agreement with the city of San Diego to install SiteScape Enterprise Forum 7.0 collaboration software for 4,000 municipal employees of San Diego. Deputy city managers, public information officers, information technology and communications staff members and representatives from virtually every city department will be using the solution to improve communication and services delivery. The selection of SiteScape Forum process was the result of a joint effort between the city of San Diego and San Diego Data Processing Corporation, the non-profit corporation that provides IT services for the benefit of the city of San Diego. The city will integrate SiteScape Enterprise Forum 7.0 with its SunOne portal to provide document management, team functionality, and a customized workflow that allows departments such as Public Works, Fire, and Police to submit and track job requests via a Web-based process. SiteScape has sold its software to numerous government agencies worldwide, such as the United States Navy, Danish Army, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, and the United States Census Bureau.

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