The ability to store, access and share content is integral to the running of an organization but even the best designed content management system can be ruined by poor content quality. We've teamed up with Vamosa to ensure enterprises can obtain a standard of content quality that is built in at the point of creation
Boston, US and London, UK (PRWEB) July 18, 2009
Vamosa, a provider of software and solutions for Enterprise Content Governance (ECoG), and SchemaLogic, the leader in metadata management software for enterprise content, today announced a technology partnership to promote the importance of content quality in delivering Enterprise Content Governance. SchemaLogic will become a founder member of the Vamosa ECoG alliance, formed to offer customers a one-stop shop for a range of technologies to analyze, cleanse, migrate, monitor and maintain unstructured content types, such as Web and document content.
The ECoG alliance offerings allow large businesses and Governments worldwide to implement content management and compliance policies within an infrastructure of best practice methods. Vamosa software automates the process of building quality standards into Web and Document content, complementing the structure imposed by Content Management Systems (CMS) and delivering faster time to value. The technology helps to save organizations time and money by avoiding lengthy manual processes.
"The ability to store, access and share content is integral to the running of an organization but even the best designed content management system can be ruined by poor content quality. We've teamed up with Vamosa to ensure enterprises can obtain a standard of content quality that is built in at the point of creation," said Lowell Anderson, Vice President, Marketing, SchemaLogic.
Business critical information is generated everyday in Microsoft Office applications, however companies face significant challenges to share, maintain and govern that information. Information must be tagged, however doing so is perceived as overly burdensome and intrusive, with businesses either struggling with the issue or ignoring it altogether. SchemaLogic technology automates the content tagging process at the desktop making it easier for information workers to consistently store and retrieve information in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
"As specialists in metadata tagging for SharePoint, SchemaLogic is a compelling partner choice for Vamosa," added Nic Archer, senior vice president, Vamosa. "Partnering with SchemaLogic will allow Vamosa to offer customers improved content governance, thereby improving findability and reducing costs for the enterprise."
Vamosa is a sector-defining software and solutions company specializing in the emerging area of Enterprise Content Governance (ECoG). Recognized as a global leader in ECoG, Vamosa is the only company that offers an integrated suite of products and services to manage the end-to-end process of discovering, transforming, deploying and maintaining content quality. Vamosa's solutions allow the world's largest enterprises and governments to analyze, enhance, standardize, monitor and maintain all forms of business content within a policy-based infrastructure of best practice methods. Organizations with Vamosa's ECoG solutions benefit from improved regulatory compliance, enhanced knowledge management and a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for content management. The Company has provided solutions and consultancy for content discovery, cleansing, migration and maintenance to some of the world's largest enterprises and government departments including GSK, Cable & Wireless, Vodafone, IBM, Oracle and Volkswagen North America. For more information, visit http://www.vamosa.com.
SchemaLogic is the leading provider of metadata management software for enterprise content. Our solution automates the content tagging process at the desktop making it easier for information workers to consistently store and retrieve information in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and other leading Enterprise Content Management systems. Information-centric organizations benefit by ensuring that all content and information assets can be readily found, shared, and stored according to corporate information management guidelines. Our customers are leading multi-national corporations, including Pfizer, Chevron, Kaiser Permanente, The Boeing Company, Associated Press, Amgen, Astra-Zeneca, Reed Business Information, and Thomson-Reuters. The company is located in Kirkland, WA.
To learn more, please visit http://www.schemalogic.com.
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