eZ Systems wins 2007 Web Idol Award
November 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewseZ Systems proudly won the 2007 Web Idol Award for the second time in a row at cmf2007 in Århus, Denmark. Bård Farstad, co-founder of eZ Systems showed eZ Publish´s features and functionality, specifically the new eZ Flow interface.
Five software vendors got six minutes each to show their CMS solution to an audience comprised of the conference attendees. After the demonstrations, a panel of judges commented on the presentation. The audience voted eZ Publish as the best CMS solution, and eZ Flow as having the most appealing first impression.
The show was hosted by Teresa Regli and the judges included Erik Hartman, James Robertson and Tony Byrne, founder and editor of CMSWatch.
cmf2007 is an international conference about content management with attendees from more than 16 countries from around the world.
High-quality software and eZ Systems' policy of total product responsibility have made eZ Publish the leading Open Source Enterprise Content Management System. With more than 150.000, installations eZ Publish is trusted by enterprises and organizations around the world.
eZ Systems was founded in 1999 with one simple and pragmatic idea: people working together, sharing experiences and ideas, can accomplish great things. With this simple idea, eZ has grown into a vibrant corporation with a thriving ecosystem of users, partners, customers and the "eZ crew" team members. As a company, we number 85 people with headquarters in Norway and offices in Germany, Ukraine, Denmark, Belgium, Canada and France.