Stellent, Inc. has announced that the Toronto Public Library (TPL) has selected Stellent Content Management to support its digital asset collection. The TPL operates 98 locations and maintains a collection of approximately 100,000 digital files.
Stellent Content Management is expected to enable the TPL to efficiently store and view its large digital files on the Web, and use LizardTech's MrSID technology, which allows users to zoom, pan, and manipulate images in order to retrieve data at the specificity of detail required. The Stellent system also will manage the metadata component of TPL's entire Digital Collections and Virtual Reference Library, and will make this digital content available worldwide. Locus Systems, Inc., Stellent's integration partner in Canada, will lead TPL through its Stellent Content Management implementation and integrate the system with TPL's Sun Solaris operating system and BEA portal.
Stellent Content Management is designed to provide a single product architecture that offers Web content management, document management, collaboration, records management, and digital asset management functionalities. The system enables customers to 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 content contribution and content delivery mechanisms, enabling users to contribute content into the system for conversion, management, and delivery Web sites or applications. It also integrates with existing security systems and provides business personalization, content integration, distribution, and categorization features.