Bethesda, MD--March 1, 2010--PTFS, a leading knowledge management provider has developed a widget for its flagship content management software, ArchivalWare. The ArchivalWare widget can be embedded on any web page, helping to reach new users, drive traffic to a site and extend the reach of content across the web.
The ArchivalWare widget allows customers to search files within a repository and receive results lists based on relevance without logging into the repository.
ArchivalWare Product Director, Jennifer Black, explained how The ArchivalWare Widget development was driven by customer demand, "Our customers are tech savvy; their desire to keep their web presence current while reaching new patrons is an important tool for shaping our products." Mrs. Black continued, "With the ArchivalWare widget, our customers can easily add a simple search box to any web page, be it the customer's home page, or a customized patron page."
A current example of this functionality can be found on the Utah Government Publications page: http://publications.utah.gov.
The widget can be customized to include fields, text and options to meet specific deployment requirements. Customers can place the ArchivalWare widget on any webpage where they have administrative control.
The development of the ArchivalWare widget provides easy direction to content while offering users the flexibility to conduct complex or quick pinpoint searching.
PTFS is an industry leader in content management and library solutions and has provided products and services to global corporations and US and foreign government agencies for over 15 years.
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ArchivalWare is PTFS' content management software. With over 200 different supported files, formats and fully customizable interfaces, ArchivalWare allows organizations to store, access, and manage archives and repositories within one easy to use system.