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Plumtree Announces Enterprise Web Strategy

    Online News published in DMReview.com
October 14, 2002

Plumtree Software announced a new company strategy to offer customers an open environment for creating Web applications that span rival platforms. This environment, known as the Enterprise Web, offers business units throughout an organization a foundation of technologies on which every application can draw, and creates a common user experience for systems and people across the enterprise to work together.

As part of this strategy, Plumtree is complementing its portal platform with a new line of server products for content management, collaboration, identity management, search and business process automation, and is announcing an integration plan with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Documentum and Oblix. As part of this strategy, Plumtree also launched a new content management product, Plumtree Content Server 4.0, a new version of Plumtree Collaboration Server, 2.0 and a reseller agreement with Oblix to re-sell Oblix NetPoint.

Built on the existing applications and application servers that run a business, the Enterprise Web consists of four elements: integration products - Web services that combine applications and information from traditional systems such as SAP and Siebel; foundation services - the core services typically needed to build Web applications such as search and identity management; portal software - the working environment for creating user experiences that incorporate many systems and services; and composite applications - user experiences for a specific audience and function, such as employee services or customer support.

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