Alfresco Continues to Expand Global Partnership Reach with AEGIF in Japan
Growing global demand for Alfresco Enterprise drives partnership to create localized training and support services for Japanese businesses
London, UK. – May 14, 2009 – Alfresco Software Inc., the leader in open source enterprise content management (ECM), today announced a partnership with AEGIF, a leading Japanese enterprise content management services company. By partnering with AEGIF, Japanese customers and partners will now be able to leverage the same Alfresco Enterprise Subscription-based services that hundreds of companies across the Americas and Europe have come to rely on for production support and will also be able to receive localized consulting and training services.
A global company from its inception Alfresco has grown its community to include 182 countries and customers in more than 43 nations. The partnership is further evidence of a global market shift towards the adoption of professionally-supported open source ECM solutions, which provide a low-cost, low-risk alternative to proprietary ECM systems.
“The Japanese market is increasingly looking to open source solutions and Alfresco is proud to be working with a number of high profile Japanese corporations with significant Alfresco deployments. We are investing in and expanding the range of services to address the increasing demand in this key region,” said John Powell, CEO, Alfresco Software. “By working with AEGIF, we can now extend Alfresco Enterprise Subscriptions to Japanese customers who are recognizing the benefits of moving away from more costly and cumbersome proprietary solutions and dramatically lowering the total cost of ECM ownership through Alfresco’s open source solution.”
AEGIF maintains a focus on providing ECM-related consulting and services, and through its longstanding relationship with Alfresco, has already invested in the translation of Alfresco software, documentation and training materials.
“As the demand for an open source ECM alternative in Japan continues to grow, we see an increase in the number of Japanese corporations turning to Alfresco Enterprise,” said Akinori Ishii, CTO, AEGIF. “This initiative to deliver localized support was the next logical step in our partnership with Alfresco and we look forward to extending the benefits of this partnership to our customers.”
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Aegif is an innovative Japanese company which provides consulting and training services in the area of information technology, business management and finance. Especially Aegif has competitive edge with Enterprise Content Management consulting and Open Source consulting. Aegif has experienced professionals such as IT consultants, CPAs and business consultants. To offer the quality professional services for achieving flexible systems and effective business processes all together, they work as a team to find the best solution for the clients.
For more information, please visit www.aegif.jp.
Alfresco is an enterprise open-source software company focused on advancing the flow of digital business. The company provides a better, more effortless way for people to work, making sure they have the information they need, exactly when they need it most. The Alfresco Digital Business Platform is an open, modern, secure platform that intelligently activates process and content to accelerate the flow of business. It provides the fastest path for people to interact with information and for companies to respond to changing business needs. Alfresco helps over 1300 industry-leading organizations build solutions where content finds users, processes dynamically adapt to changing needs enabling global companies to be more responsive and competitive. Alfresco’s customers include Cisco, Bank of NY Mellon, Liberty Mutual, Capital One, US Department of Navy, and NASA. Founded in 2005, Alfresco has U.S. headquarters in San Mateo, California and European headquarters in Maidenhead, UK. For more information on Alfresco, please visit http://www.alfresco.com.