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Expanding the European Business with Partners: New WeWebU Partner Ixonos Wins Major Project at Finnish Government

01-28-2011 01:29 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Herzogenaurach, 01/27/2011 – WeWebU Software AG, a manufacturer of standard software for Enterprise Information Management , has expanded its European partner network. The British Neocol, Ergo Group in Norway, Swiss Clavis IT, Ixonos based in Finland and German Fritz & Macziol do now distribute and implement the cutting-edge WeWebU products in their respective countries. The first joint project is already won: Ixonos has placed the WeWebU OpenWorkdesk suite of applications in a major project at the Finnish government.

Only a few months after the start of their cooperation, Ixonos and WeWebU could offer the optimal solution for the demanding customer. “WeWebU’s products are a perfect match to Ixonos’ expertise and services in the field of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). It took them only little effort to make themselves familiar with WeWebU OpenWorkdesk and Zero-Install Office Integration. That is why we could win such a huge project together in so little time,” proudly explains Dr. Rainer Pausch, Head of Products & Marketing at WeWebU.

The key reasons for the Finnish government’s decision have been the optimal user-acceptance and project acceleration provided by WeWebU’s products. In the coming years, 90.000 users in several public authorities throughout Finland will enjoy the easy to use applications that make working with ECM systems as easy as pie. “This boosts public administration into the digital world of today and positions WeWebU optimally for follow-up orders in the public sector, especially but not exclusively in Finland and Northern Europe,” says Dr. Rainer Pausch with confidence.

Ixonos is WeWebU’s first partner in Finland, and so are Ergo Group in Norway and Neocol in the United Kingdom. Clavis IT and Fritz & Macziol join WeWebU’s successful partner network in Switzerland and Germany. All new partners are outstanding ECM consulters and solution providers. Thus, the WeWebU products complement their portfolios optimally.

Enlarging their European partner network is a further important piece in WeWebU’s growth strategy. Stefan Waldhauser, CEO at WeWebU, states: “Europe – our home – is a very important market for us. Our objective is to expand our already successful footprint by many installations in a short timeframe. And we are sure to achieve this with our new partner’s help and expertise. We are really looking forward to winning further joint customers soon.”

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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.

--- About the Partners ---

Finland: Ixonos - www.ixonos.com
Germany: Fritz & Macziol - www.fum.de
Norway: ErgoGroup - www.ergogroup.no
Switzerland: clavis IT - www.clavisit.com
UK: Neocol - www.neocol.com

WeWebU Software AG
Dr. Rainer Pausch
Head of Products & Marketing
Hauptstr. 14
91074 Herzogenaurach
Germany
P: +49 (9132) 8 36 60 20
F: +49 (9132) 8 36 60 18
contact@WeWebU.de
www.wewebu-software.com
www.openworkdesk.org

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