Alfresco Honored in EContent 100 for Fifth Consecutive Year
Alfresco’s Open Source ECM System Recognized for Increasing Impact on the Digital Content Industry
LONDON — November 23, 2010 — Alfresco, the open platform for social content management, has been named to EContent magazine's 2010 EContent 100 list of “companies that matter most in the digital content industry” for the fifth consecutive year. Selected by a panel of 10 EContent editors, contributors and other industry experts, companies were evaluated based on innovation and meeting customer needs in a rapidly evolving industry.
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“With this year’s EContent 100 list, we looked to recognize the drivers of the today’s ever-changing digital content market,” said Michelle Manafy, Editor-in-Chief of EContent magazine. “Because of the company’s continued commitment to developing innovative new tools and functionality, Alfresco Software certainly earned its continued place on our list.”
Alfresco has seen major adoption of its ECM system throughout the world, having earlier this calendar year closed the 2009 fiscal year as the company’s most successful to date. The company currently has more than 1100 enterprise customers, over 270 SI and OEM partners, and has surpassed the 2.0 million downloads mark. Most recently, Alfresco launched Community 3.4, the next version of Alfresco’s content management platform, which brings collaborative web development and new tools for spring developers to market.
“The digital content industry – or as we see it, the social content management industry – has grown and shifted significantly since we won our first EContent 100 five years ago, and we are proud to be recognized for our role in driving some of that change,” said John Powell, CEO and Co-founder, Alfresco Software. “With our recent launch of Alfresco Community 3.4, followed by two successful developer conferences drawing record numbers in the U.S. and Europe, we recognize the direction our customers are heading and look forward to working with them to remain a step ahead.”
More information on the 2010 winners of the EContent 100 awards can be found in the December print issue of EContent magazine and online at www.econtentmag.com.
EContent magazine targets the creators, managers, buyers, and sellers of digital content. Today, we are all publishers; organizations of all types must master digital content creation, management, delivery, and findability in order to succeed. From website information and marketing content, to YouTube and corporate communication videos; be it professionally or customer created or crowdsourced; delivered on your website, via mobile and other emerging digital devices, or via search or social media channels—digital content is the lifeblood of organizations of all kinds. Thus, everyone from enterprises to traditional publishers must stay abreast of the best practices and emerging trends and tools in order to make the most of their digital content assets. Focused on content creation, management, delivery, and search, EContent magazine and EContentmag.com keep CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, business managers, content strategists, and information and knowledge professionals ahead of the curve so that they can maximize their investment in digital content.