Arbortext Enterprise Publishing Software Receives EMC's Designed for Documentum Accreditation.ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor, city (1990 pop. 109,592), seat of Washtenaw co., S Mich., on the Huron River; inc. 1851. It is a research and educational center, with a large number of government and industrial research and development firms, many in high-technology fields such as , Mich. -- Arbortext, Inc., the leading provider of Enterprise Publishing Software, today announced it has received EMC's Designed for Documentum accreditation, a mark of quality and value that customers insist on when reviewing software and services for enterprise content management. The Designed for Documentum accreditation is earned by offerings developed on the EMC (1) (EMC Corporation, Hopkinton, MA, www.emc.com) The leading supplier of storage products for midrange computers and mainframes. Founded in 1979 by Richard J. Egan and Roger Marino, EMC has developed advanced storage and retrieval technologies for the world's largest companies. Documentum Enterprise Content Management platform, as part of the EMC Documentum Application Logo Program. EMC (NYSE NYSE
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"As an industry leader in providing XML-based enterprise software, Arbortext continues to develop innovative solutions that enable organizations to eliminate the inefficiencies and constraints of traditional desktop publishing desktop publishing, system for producing printed materials that consists of a personal computer or computer workstation, a high-resolution printer (usually a laser printer), and a computer program that allows the user to select from a variety of type fonts and sizes, ," said Rob Tarkoff, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for EMC Software. "We've worked successfully with Arbortext as both a partner and a customer for a number of years, and we're pleased the company has received the Designed for Documentum accreditation for its Enterprise Publishing Software suite."
Only Arbortext offers a complete set of capabilities for Enterprise Publishing Software, including multiple authoring software for different types of users, a publishing server product that automatically assembles information for multiple audiences and publishes it to multiple types of media and development tools that streamline application development and maintenance. Using Arbortext Enterprise Publishing Software, organizations can streamline the way information is created and published, ultimately improving information flexibility and quality.
"We are honored to receive the EMC's Designed for Documentum accreditation," said PG Bartlett, Vice President of Product Marketing. "This accreditation demonstrates Arbortext's commitment to delivering high-quality, excellent value solutions along with EMC. We look forward to continue working with EMC, as we deliver enterprise publishing applications to the market."
Learn more about Arbortext and the Designed for Documentum application logo program at http://www.documentum.com/app_portfolio. Also, visit Arbortext in Booth #363 at EMC's worldwide content management user conference, Momentum, October 25-28, 2004 at the Palais des Congres de Montreal in Canada.
Arbortext is the leading provider of Enterprise Publishing Software that enables organizations to create and automatically publish large amounts of information, such as technical manuals, pharmaceutical product information, legal information and software documentation. Enterprises around the world use our software to publish in multiple languages to multiple audiences in multiple hardcopy and electronic output formats. Arbortext's software is installed at over 1,400 organizations worldwide.
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