Chris Attwood of HP will speak at the conference about HP's Adaptive Enterprise strategy and how Documentum's solutions can be integrated into an adaptive environment. The presentation is scheduled for Monday, May 10.
The Documentum ECM platform enables companies to create, manage, deliver and archive large volumes of any type of content (documents, Web pages, XML files, rich media and fixed content), helping global organizations to automate business processes and drive enterprise-wide efficiencies. Documentum's certification of products such as Documentum Webtop and Documentum Web Development Kit (WDK) for the Intel Itanium 2 microarchitecture of HP-UX 11i and HP Integrity server means that customers can now capitalize on their content resources in a cost-effective manner without having to sacrifice performance and scalability.
"The certification of the Documentum ECM platform enables customers to reap the price/performance advantages of Itanium with the scalability, performance, availability and reliability found in Documentum," said Howard Shao, chief technology officer and founder of Documentum, a division of EMC. "Documentum is pleased to support the HP Integrity line of servers and to extend our relationship with HP and Intel in delivering open, industry standard solutions at the lowest total cost of ownership."
"The certification of the Documentum ECM platform on the Intel Itanium 2 architecture of HP-UX 11i and our line of HP Integrity servers is another step in furthering HP's Adaptive Enterprise vision of business agility," said Bruno Castejon, director of business application solutions, Enterprise Storage and Servers, HP. "Working with partners such as Documentum, HP is expanding the capabilities of HP's leading-edge infrastructure to better service all the needs of customers within increasingly demanding business environments."
"Intel Itanium 2 processor-based systems offer optimal performance for enterprise applications such as the Documentum ECM platform," said Melissa Laird, general manager, Solutions Enabling Division, Intel Corporation. "We are glad to be working with solution providers, such as Documentum, to help customers maximize their return on investment."
Documentum, a division of EMC Corporation, provides enterprise content management (ECM) solutions that enable organizations to unite teams, content and associated business processes. Documentum's integrated set of content, compliance and collaboration solutions support the way people work, from initial discussion and planning through design, production, marketing, sales, service and corporate administration. With a single platform, Documentum enables people to collaboratively create, manage, deliver and archive the content that drives business operations, from documents and discussions to email, Web pages, records and rich media. The Documentum platform makes it possible for companies to distribute all of this content in multiple languages, across internal and external systems, applications and user communities. As a result, Documentum's customers, which include thousands of the world's most successful organizations, harness corporate knowledge, accelerate time to market, increase customer satisfaction, enhance supply chain efficiencies and reduce operating costs, improving their overall competitive advantage. For more information, visit Documentum on the Web at http://www.documentum.com/.
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