EntropySoft announces the availability of its Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint Portal.
February 05, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsEntropySoft announces the availability of its Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint Portal. Thanks to this integration our customers can now access from SharePoint, all folders and documents scattered in the different enterprise applications. EntropySoft ECI Web Parts captures the main functionalities of native applications and offers a unique search interface for all applications.
EntropySoft ECI solution connects all content-centric applications on the same content bus, while maintaining all of the advanced functionalities of these applications. Once these applications are connected to the bus, the solution allows businesses to manage all exchanges between these repositories and to reorganize access to contents. All front end applications use the same global document service.
There are two main advantages when using Microsoft’s Portal and other document centric applications:
A unique point of access: users have a personalized and intuitive access to all applications and company’s information. Users have a personalized access and a logical view of the organization repositories which depends on their profile. Contextual menus implement the native features of source applications.
Document progression: EntropySoft ECI helps organizations deal with information lifecycle as it manages the documents migration between applications (Messaging systems, DMS, Collaboration framework, Record Management).
EntropySoft is a main actor in the ECI (Enterprise Content Integration) market. It is specialized in managing content flows and linking portals with content centric applications.
EntropySoft ECI Everything Everywhere is a Global Document Service that can be used to:
• Migrate contents from document management systems or collaborative framework
• Synchronize contents between document centric applications within the extended enterprise
• Federate and reorganize access to content inside front end interfaces.
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