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New OASIS Member: WeWebU supports CMIS

02-05-2010 10:40 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: WeWebU Software AG

Herzogenaurach, 02/04/2010 – WeWebU Software AG is now a member of the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) and its Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Technical Committee (TC). With this step, WeWebU underlines its new strategy to position itself as an international, independent software maker for Enterprise Information Management (EIM).

The OASIS CMIS TC works to standardize a Web services interface specification that will enable greater interoperability of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. CMIS uses Web services and Web 2.0 interfaces to enable rich information to be shared across Internet protocols in vendor-neutral formats, among document systems, publishers and repositories, within one enterprise and between companies. Thus CMIS will help separating applications from the ECM-platform and creating a great independence from single ECM vendors for customers.

According to a survey published by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) more than 50% of the customers have more than ten repositories that could beneficially be linked or managed in one unified work environment. That is what OpenWorkdesk, WeWebU’s cutting-edge suite of EIM applications, already offers today for a wide range of ECM platforms. With the coming CMIS adapter, its user-friendly applications will be interoperable with almost every ECM system and usable even for almost every cross-repository scenario. The WeWebU OpenWorkdesk for CMIS will be available in the first half of 2010 with only short delay after the finalization of the CMIS specification by OASIS.

“The OASIS membership gives us two major advantages: On the one hand, we gain access to an important international technology network and will thus be able to actively participate in the formulation of CMIS, the future ECM Standard. On the other hand, it is another important milestone in realizing our growth strategy”, states Stefan Waldhauser, CEO of WeWebU Software AG. He expects a lot from CMIS: “CMIS will transform the ECM industry. 25 years after the breakthrough of the SQL database standard, CMIS will lead to a comparable boosted growth of the market for Content Enabled Applications. It will open the floodgates for innovative, content-centric applications that can be run on top of different ECM platforms.” Contrary to other standards, CMIS is backed by all major ECM players like IBM, EMC, Microsoft, Alfresco, SAPERION, SAP, and Open Text. Stefan Waldhauser is sure that all these vendors will support CMIS with their products: “Because they know that in a few years CMIS will be a key for successfully selling an ECM product. Or would you buy a database system today that couldn’t easily be accessed in a standardized way by various applications?”

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About WeWebU Software AG

WeWebU Software AG is the specialist for Enterprise Information Management. With our standard products, enterprises can access their complete information infrastructure via a unified, process-oriented working environment. Thus, they reduce costs, increase their employees’ productivity, come to decisions faster and better, and make their whole enterprise more agile.
WeWebU Software AG operates internationally. It cooperates with leading EIM manufacturers and consulting firms and is an IBM Advanced Business Partner as well as Alfresco Systems Integrator & Solutions Partner.
The continually growing customer-base of WeWebU Software AG consists of e.g. Bayerischer Rundfunk, SAPERION AG, Siemens AG and DATEV e.G., financial institutions like Hamburger Sparkasse, Sparkasse Bremen, UniCredit Leasing, Visana Group, SUVA and NÜRNBERGER Versicherungsgruppe as well as several US federal and state agencies like the California Department of Public Health.

Further Information:
WeWebU Software AG
Hauptstr. 14
91074 Herzogenaurach
Germany
P: +49 (9132) 8 36 60 0
F: +49 (9132) 8 36 60 18
contact@WeWebU.de
www.wewebu-software.com

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