Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 6, 2004
Armedia LLC (http://www.armedia.com), a leading provider of enterprise content management services and a Documentum Signature Partner, today announced that through its services The Well Project has implemented Documentum eRoom 7.2, the latest version of the Documentum enterprise collaboration solution. The Well Project (TWP) is a community-focused organization that is committed to improving the lives of women living with HIV and AIDS. Using eRoom 7.2 and integrating with its existing Documentum 5 platform, TWP can now securely collaborate online to manage its internal projects, exchange real-time information and presentations and easily access its Documentum repositories.
TWP was anxious to enhance internal controls by creating an online ÂExecutive DashboardÂ that would allow its distributed leadership team to securely and conveniently collaborate online on both company and project-related matters. They were looking for a collaboration platform to integrate with Documentum, but also provide many additional value-added features such as ease of use, project-based configuration, shared tools (e.g. calendar, issue tracker, contact list, etc), flexible security and real time discussion.
ÂWe needed a customized Executive Dashboard, where the leadership team, as well as certain employees and partners could easily, quickly and securely collaborate on information relevant to them," said Richard Averitt, Chief Operating Officer for The Well Project. ÂeRoom, combined with our existing Documentum platform, gives us the best of both worlds in that regards. Through the customizations that Armedia developed on eRoom for us, our leadership team now has the tools and ease of use that we needed to efficiently exchange files and real-time information, without sacrificing our compliance standards or ÂdumbingÂ down our usage of Documentum.Â
"We understood from our continuing work with The Well Project that as much as the leadership team wanted to use all of the rich features of Documentum for managing their files and information, there was a learning curve for them given their other commitments," said Jim Nasr, Chief Executive Officer for Armedia, a business and technology consulting firm. ÂCreating their online Executive Dashboard through eRoom allows TWP leadership to not only more benefit from the core functionality of Documentum, but also have at their disposal a number of value-added tools to effectively collaborate online.Â
About The Well Project
The Well Project is a company conceived, developed, and administered by HIV+ women and those who work with them every day. The founder, Dawn Averitt, was diagnosed in 1988 with HIV. Its National Advisory Board reflects the population it serves with more than 60 percent women of color and more than 25 percent HIV+ women. For more information, visit http://www.thewellproject.org.
The World Health Organization (http://www.who.ch) estimates that there were 180,000 HIV- positive women in the U.S. in 2001, and 19.2 million HIV-positive women worldwide, accounting for almost half of the 42 million HIV-positive adults in 2001. The Well Project's mission is to improve the lives of women living with HIV and AIDS by developing and nurturing a support network and serving as a resource with timely information on the latest research and news. The organization provides clinical trials information, support group locations, doctor referrals and a variety of other services. TWP partners with several leading pharmaceutical corporations, foundations and philanthropists for funding, research and other resources.
Armedia is a business and technology consulting firm, specializing in enterprise solutions, particularly content management, globalization and enterprise application architecture. The company's mission is to provide world-class solutions for clients to enable them to maximize their investment in technology. Armedia is based in Georgia. For more information, visit http://www.armedia.com.
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