Stellent Releases Content Management 7.0

Sep 23, 2003


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Stellent, Inc., a provider of content management solutions, has released Stellent Content Management 7.0. Stellent's new version is designed to provide a solution supporting each aspect of content management--document management, Web content management, collaboration, records management and digital asset management--within one common product architecture.

Stellent Content Server now supports Stellent's application modules--document management, Web content management, records management, collaboration, and digital asset management applications--from a single server and features a new common, graphical user interface (GUI) and common application programming interfaces (APIs). In addition, version 7.0 includes new, built-in records management capabilities and enhanced document management and imaging functionality. Version 7.0 also offers built-in, DoD 5015.2-compliant records management functionality and enhanced document management and imaging features. Stellent Content Management 7.0 offers the following additional features and services enhancements: Simplified workflow interface; Schema management; Image conversion; Directory rollover; Enhanced enterprise management; Expanded XML functionality; and Simplified pricing model.

Stellent Content Management is designed to help customers deploy line-of-business Web sites, such as employee portals and partner extranets, as well as enterprise-wide solutions that standardize content management for use by multiple sites and applications throughout an organization. The Stellent Content Management system offers an array of content contribution and content delivery mechanisms, enabling users to contribute different kinds of content into the system for conversion, management, and delivery to any kind of Web site or application. It also integrates with existing security systems and provides business personalization, content integration, distribution, and categorization features.

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