Alfresco’s OEM Partner Program Continues Ecosystem Expansion
Open Source Content Platform Enables OEMs to Reduce Costs, Focus Resources on Internal Solutions
LONDON – October 5th, 2009 – Alfresco Software, the leader in open source enterprise content management (ECM), today announced the expansion of its partner program for original equipment manufacturers (OEM), with the addition of more than 20 OEM partners in 2009 alone. Through the use of Alfresco’s content management platform, the program allows OEM application developers to concentrate on core competencies and focus engineering resources on developing products, rather than building and maintaining a proprietary repository.
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Since its inception, Alfresco has built relationships with more than 50 global OEM partners driven by increasing demand for Alfresco’s open source solutions. In addition to reducing costs, Alfresco enables OEM partners to:
- Support open standards for easy integration; including the upcoming CMIS standard;
- Add content management, workflow and collaboration features and capabilities to each solution;
- Safely embed Alfresco content services under a commercial license that fits each OEM’s needs; and,
- Receive support and training from Alfresco experts.
“By partnering with Alfresco, we have been able to successfully deliver powerful content management capabilities integrated with Moodle to our clients as part of our enterprise learning platform. The support we’ve received from Alfresco has made the integration easier and more cost effective. With Alfresco, we've been able to deliver a world class solution for a fraction of the cost of the alternatives,” said Jason Cole, COO of Remote-Learner.net, Inc. “With an enterprise-class, user-friendly platform offering simple integration, Alfresco enables us to free valuable time and resources and focus on expanding our core business and solutions.”
Alfresco’s OEM partner program components include:
- OEM License – Non-open source enabling companies to embed, modify, re-brand and distribute;
- Developer Assistance – Core engineer support covering best practices, architecture review, and access to a team of Alfresco experts;
- Production Support – Improving end customer relationships, offering patches, bug fixes and Level 3 support;
- Training – On-site Alfresco development and sales courses; and,
- Joint Marketing – Joint webinars, press and promotion on the Alfresco website partner catalog.
“Alfresco’s OEM partner program is designed to enable our partners to accelerate the speed and success of their go-to-market offerings,” said Martin Musierowicz, Vice President, Alliances at Alfresco Software Inc. “We look forward to working with new OEM partners and enabling them to achieve the success of our existing partners, including Adobe, NetPace, Ingres and Remote-Learner.net.”
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.