How Major Enterprises are Generating More Leads on the Web with Crafter CMS and Alfresco
Join us for this month's Tech Talk Live. On the panel we'll have Alfresco UI Engineer, David Draper. He'll give us a peak at some of the new ways developers can customize the Alfresco 4.2 user interface.
The Workdesk at Work webinar series is aimed at helping executives, managers and architects better understand how Alfresco Workdesk can be used to help streamline content-centric processes that have been difficult to model using traditional content management solutions.
Knowledge Management Portal Solution is playing an important role by acting as a central repository for managing the business documents, internal and external user access level management, claims management where objectives are to improve productivity, deliver quick and efficient results, improv
You already know Crafter CMS makes it super easy to manage enterprise web content and experience. You may be surprised however to learn it also makes it super easy for your web team to create new and engaging functionality by supporting the web application frameworks of their choice.
We will show the basics of setting up a new workflow in Activiti including the workflow model and design, along with how to tie this workflow into the Alfresco Workdesk interface to facilitate publishing while maintaining compliance with auditing requirements.
Join us for Tech Talk Live, Episode 69, to learn about setting up a development environment.
Have you struggled to use collaboration technology in your process centric business? Have you had difficulty avoiding customizations to meet your process and end user requirements? Are your users complaining that your content management system should adapt to them, not the other way around?
Register now to the Fred 2.2 webinar and find out what the latest version of the ultimate desktop window on Alfresco offers you!
The legacy of ECM systems is one of complexity, both for implementers and users alike, which is why for most organizations email applications and shared drives are still the dominent form of "content management" and why many ECM technologies are best known as "shelfware".