Huddle.Net Announces First International Fully Integrated Opensam Service At Office 2.0

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Social business network allows single sign on and integration with iNetWord, EditGrid and Preezo.

When we launched OpenSAM we wanted to provide IT departments with an effective way of leveraging best-of-breed technology, immediately and cost-effectively

London-based Huddle.net announced that it is the first international collaborative network to deliver complete OpenSAM integration including single sign-on and document and content sharing across applications. OpenSAM (Open Simple AJAX Mashups) is a consortium of software-as-a-service (SaaS) application vendors and a set of AJAX (asynchronous JavaScript and XML) programming recommendations, based on open standards that allow multiple online applications to integrate. Huddle is the first solution to combine social platforms with enterprise collaboration tools in a secure, easy-to-use, network of workspaces that enable companies and their partners to work better together. Through the OpenSAM integration, Huddle users gain access to industry leading Web Applications - iNetWord, EditGrid and Preezo through a single sign-on. Now IT departments can provide employees with the applications they need to collaborative effectively, through a single, easy to use platform. At Office 2.0 Huddle.net will showcase this integration in the OpenSAM Pavilion and an on-stage session on Friday, September 7 at 2:15pm.

"When we launched OpenSAM we wanted to provide IT departments with an effective way of leveraging best-of-breed technology, immediately and cost-effectively," said Tom Snyder, co-Founder of OpenSAM. "Huddle is one of the first online services to make this possible and we plan to continue to bring innovation approaches that provide the flexibility, security and standards that enterprise 2.0 requires."

Key to the OpenSAM integration is the ability for users to leverage diverse online office applications to store documents within a Huddle allowing all documents to participate in the workflow, sharing and other capabilities of the workspace.

"OpenSAM is a great example of a group that is achieving true collaboration - tools and networks working together naturally," said Andy McLoughlin, Huddle.net CTO. "We are really excited to be part of this consortium as we work together to make a more productive enterprise."

About OpenSAM
OpenSAM was founded by ShareMethods.com and iNetWord.com in September of 2006 when their engineers realized the standards based techniques they were invoking could, would, and should be used to integrate most applications. OpenSAM is run by a consortium of leading Web 2.0 application vendors and integrators. OpenSAM is open to everyone. OpenSAM is the only initiative designed to connect all platforms, suites, and applications, rather than a chosen few. More information about OpenSAM and its members can be found at http://www.opensam.org

About Huddle
Founded in 2006 Huddle is the premier provider of social business networks that enable collaboration between companies, communities and content through Enterprise 2.0 work tools. Huddle is a simple and secure service that combines the social platforms you use with the hosted business solutions you trust. Huddle works just like you work - in teams. With Huddle you can instantly create a network of collaborative workspaces, bringing together the right people for the right project. Huddle delivers an intranet, extranet, document management and project management features into one easy to use hosted service. Huddle is a member of the OpenSAM Consortium. Companies leveraging Huddle to collaborate with customers, partners and service providers include: Reuters, Edelman and John Lewis. For more information visit http://www.huddle.net

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