SamePage is the only enterprise wiki that looks and works like a word processor. But at the same time, we continue to evolve SamePage so it provides sophisticated administration, content management, database and security features that IT departments require -- and that open-source wikis rarely offer.
Fremont, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2007
eTouch Systems today added a Universal Import Tool to make it easier to import wiki and non-wiki HTML content to SamePage 3.4, (http://samepage.etouch.net) the latest release of its enterprise wiki -- a collaborative website whose content can be edited by anyone in the organization who has access to it. Major enhancements also include support for multi-lingual content and versioning of attachments, an import/export feature, a math editor and a better user interface. The new version is live and downloadable now.
New features in the SamePage 3.4 enterprise wiki include:
- Universal Import Tool to migrate HTML and wiki content to SamePage
- Math editor for advanced computations.
- Ability for the page owner to delete comments.
- Improved UI for comparing versions of pages and better versioning of attachments
For a detailed list of new features, click here:
New Features in SamePage 3.4
"We are continually responding to the needs of our enterprise customers who are demanding new features -- while making SamePage even easier to use," said eTouch CEO Aniruddha Gadre. By getting everyone "on the SamePage", employees can avoid email overload and save time by directly creating new documents and sharing ideas - in multiple languages, all over the world. "SamePage is the only enterprise wiki that looks and works like a word processor. But at the same time, we continue to evolve SamePage so it provides sophisticated administration, content management, database and security features that IT departments require -- and that open-source wikis rarely offer."
SamePage is more than just a wiki - it inspires teamwork with a complete enterprise content management and collaboration solution that includes a wiki, blogs, forums, and mashups to leverage the collective knowledge, insights, and creativity of the entire organization. SamePage is simple to use -- while also meeting IT department requirements for security, integration with databases and authentication systems, robust administration features and fast, personal service and support from eTouch's team of consultants and engineers.
Works like a word processor:
As before, SamePage 3.4 features the industry's easiest to use WYSIWYG editor -- so creating and contributing content is as simple and intuitive as using a word processor. Users don't need to learn HTML or wiki syntax.
SamePage also provides robust role-based security with fine-grained access controls to manage what users are allowed to contribute -- even at the page-level. It's scalable and reliable to meet the evolving demands of the organization, and rapidly integrates with existing enterprise infrastructure, leveraging built-in LDAP adapters and SSO support.
Wiki: A shared virtual white board.
A wiki is a Web-based collaboration tool that is rapidly growing in popularity in the corporate world and government agencies. Like a shared whiteboard on the network, Wikis are collaboration tools that let any number of people share information. Anyone who is authorized can go into this shared workspace to add, delete or edit content.
Try it free:
A free 30-day trial version of SamePage wiki is available at 30-day free trial version of SamePage enterprise wiki.
Pricing & availability:
Pricing starts at just $100/month for up to 20 users, and includes standard support. Extended and Premium support and customization packages are available from eTouch's team of expert consultants. SamePage 3.4 is now live and available at SamePage 3.4 enterprise wiki
About eTouch Systems:
eTouch Systems Corporation is a leading provider of enterprise-class Web 2.0 collaboration solutions and consulting services that help everyone in an organization of any size "get on the same page" to share their collective knowledge, insights and creativity. Organizations like NASA, Alcatel-Lucent, the University of Virginia, Hestia, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Citrix, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens and Teleroute use the SamePage wiki to improve collaboration, save money and streamline decision making. eTouch is privately-held, self-funded and profitable since inception in 1998, with corporate offices in Fremont, CA, Mumbai and Pune, India. Learn more about eTouch at eTouch Systems Inc.
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