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Acquia announced that it has entered into an agreement with Capgemini Digital Services to support the use of Drupal technology in large-scale digital solutions for its clients in the U.K. Acquia will collaborate with Capgemini Digital Services to develop and operate content driven applications.

Posted Apr 25, 2013

MAZ, a publishing platform, is rolling out MAZ 3.0, which includes MAZ Stats, an analytics and reporting tool that gives publishers up-to-date insights on engagement metrics from one dashboard.

Posted Apr 19, 2013

Conduit a provider of engagement solutions for web and mobile publishers, debuted the reinvented Wibiya bar, enabling publishers to provide instantly triggered, relevant content, and social recommendations for all website visitors.

Posted Apr 18, 2013

Pantheon, an all-in-one Drupal platform, announced its Enterprise Edition for Drupal websites, to build, launch and run dynamic sites with precision in the cloud. Based on a modern web-scale infrastructure, Pantheon's Enterprise Edition helps sites scale up with no architectural changes, eliminating the hidden risks and costs of traditional hosting models.

Posted Apr 17, 2013

Content management tools may be getting more sophisticated, but that doesn't mean the job of web publishers is getting any easier. According to a recent Forrester report, The Forrester Wave: Web Content Management For Digital Customer Experience, Q2 2013, plain-old web publishing will not cut it any longer. These days, if you're in the business of web-publishing, you also have to be in the business of creating digital experiences.

Posted Apr 17, 2013

Deluxe Entertainment Group and Hogarth Worldwide announced that they will be collaborating to offer an integrated end-to-end solution across asset management and distribution for the advertising industry. The combined services of Hogarth and Deluxe will allow clients greater opportunity to integrate their content workflow.

Posted Apr 10, 2013

One year after the acquisition of Texterity by Godengo, the digital and mobile publishing provider (formerly known as Godengo+Texterity) announced a new name and corporate vision as GTxcel.

Posted Mar 22, 2013

Acquia, the enterprise guide to Drupal, announced the general availability release of the Mollom Content Moderation Platform -- a cloud content moderation platform built for the enterprise. Acquia says Mollom reduces the time that's required to moderate large volumes of user-generated content.

Posted Mar 21, 2013

Hawq, a brand protection service for websites, has emerged from beta. To date Hawq has already found over 15 million website errors, analyzing data from small websites to Fortune 500 companies.

Posted Mar 20, 2013

DotNetNuke (DNN), a provider of web content management systems (CMS), announced a social software solution aimed at optimizing customer engagement and loyalty through online communities. DNN Social gives businesses the ability to create and manage communities on their existing websites, giving end-users a one-stop destination for consuming content, exchanging ideas and interacting with other community members.

Posted Mar 20, 2013

Van Gennep announced the release of PublishingNOW! App, a mobile client for PublishingNOW!, the DAM-driven editorial management solution.

Posted Mar 18, 2013

All content management is not created equal. There are any number of sub-genres of content management, but two of the biggest are Web Content Management (WCM) and Enterprise Content Management (ECM). At times, these two may overlap but they are not the same, and each discipline has its own set of tools, concerns, and best practices.

Posted Mar 09, 2013

Adobe Systems Incorporated has a lot of news coming out of its Adobe Summit, The Digital Marketing Conference. The company announced the availability of an update to Adobe Experience Manager, part of Adobe Marketing Cloud. With advances across its WCM and new DAM software, users can deliver personalized experiences across the web, mobile devices, social communities, and video.

Posted Mar 06, 2013

Customers should remain wary of WCM vendors reinventing themselves as "Customer Experience Management (CXM)" suite providers, according to a new marketplace analysis released by analyst firm The Real Story Group. The new advisory briefing, 2013 Market Trends and Analysis of Web Content & Experience Management Systems, categorizes 36 Web CMS vendors and charts the relative customer risks with each solution.

Posted Mar 06, 2013

The recently launched PressApp is a content management system that connects with a brand's existing mobile apps, letting them communicate with, and receive content from, their mobile communities.

Posted Feb 22, 2013

Digital asset management (DAM) software maker Picturepark announced DAM Guru Program, a new DAM community service that connects digital asset management "Gurus" with DAM "Newbies" looking for advice, and with DAM employers looking to hire.

Posted Feb 21, 2013

SDL announced a series of new machine translation (MT) capabilities in its Language Platform. With a more scalable and cost-effective way to translate growing amounts of customer-facing content whether on e-commerce sites, social media, and help forums.

Posted Feb 14, 2013

Impelsys, a provider of electronic content delivery solutions, announced the release of iPublishCentral 4.1, the latest version of its digital publishing software for publishers. iPublishCentral is a comprehensive platform that allows publishers to warehouse, deliver, distribute, market, and sell their ebooks without making significant capital or engineering resource investments on their own.

Posted Feb 14, 2013

CoreMedia, a Web Content Management (WCM) company, announced CoreMedia 7, the latest release of its WCM platform. CoreMedia 7 is designed to help enterprises keep pace and thrive in the rapidly-changing business landscape that is driven by mobility, social engagement, on-demand technology, and content-driven customer interactions.

Posted Feb 13, 2013

Mag+ released several enhancements to its creative toolset for designing digital content apps for touchscreen devices. These new features give designers the ability to develop digital content, including the ability to make apps that don't look like magazines at all. Other additions include pinch and zoom functions, panning and dual layout options, support for the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch and Google Nexus 10, and more options for packaging subscriptions, and single issues.

Posted Feb 13, 2013

As mobile devices proliferated, NBC ND found itself faced with a problem that is familiar to digital publishers across the spectrum. The content management and video delivery solutions those publishers had relied on were not up to the task of delivering and monetizing content across a variety of devices and platforms in a simple, streamlined way. With these new considerations in mind, NBC ND went in search of a new video delivery and monetization solution.

Posted Feb 04, 2013

Despite over two decades of awareness that digital assets present a unique and critical challenge for organizations of every size and shape, effective Digital Asset Management (DAM) remains more fantasy than reality. Some organizations have invested significant resources with mediocre results, while many others limp along with folders on a server and the never-ending problem of too many versions in too many places.Rather than throwing in the towel, here are five tips that bring a new perspective to battling the "asset proliferation" monster.

Posted Jan 29, 2013

The world of enterprise content technologies has always been difficult to decipher on its own, let alone with all the acronyms flying around. Let's talk about two of them today: CXM (or CEM) and WCM (or WCXM, or WEM for some).Many organizations nowadays are paying heightened attention to the matters of CXM (Customer Experience Management), and not only because it is one of the buzziest acronyms in the industry. It is also because the crucial importance of retaining and acquiring customers in the impatient and fast-moving internet age is being realized more fully.

Posted Jan 29, 2013

They say the best things in life are free: love, health, happiness--and maybe even software. Indeed, completely gratis open source software (OSS) with no licensing strings attached is all the rage today, as evidenced by the popularity and proliferation of OSS products currently in use, including the Apache HTTP Server, Linux, Android operating systems, internet browser Mozilla Firefox, and ecommerce platform osCommerce.

Posted Jan 28, 2013

TERMINALFOUR, a web content management company, announced the latest release of its WCM system, TERMINALFOUR Site Manager. The latest version, TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 benefits from more than one hundred feature enhancements to enable web developers to manage their organization's entire online world using the latest responsive design techniques.

Posted Jan 24, 2013

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