Woburn, MA -- Inmagic has been chosen as one of 10 finalists for the KMWorld Promise Award. The winner will be announced at KMWorld and Intranets 2003, October 14-16, in Santa Clara, CA. KMWorld editors chose the 10 finalists from a field of more than 100 entries.
The KMWorld Promise Award is given to the vendor that delivers innovative solutions for implementing and integrating Knowledge Management practices into business processes. The award-winning organization goes beyond simply delivering technology; it works with customers to ensure that technology and processes are embedded together, ultimately helping organizations realize positive business results.
"We are very pleased to have been selected as a finalist," said Inmagic President & CEO Phil Green. "It is further confirmation that our products assist organizations to leverage their knowledge assets and ultimately gain a competitive advantage through the effective management of their content and information resources."
Inmagic recognizes that local content managers are domain experts and, therefore, its content management solution is designed to empower the local content manager to provide the kind of highly relevant knowledge and information that will most benefit the local constituency while providing a content-capable infrastructure that integrates within the overall enterprise technology strategy.
Companies such as Minute Maid, Owens Corning, the law firm of Bull, Housser & Tupper, and the international engineering and construction firm, the Clough Group, have used Inmagic content management solutions to identify, capture, structure, and manage knowledge for re-use, and leverage relevant intellectual assets to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Inmagic is a global provider of content and information management software and services that organize and deliver enterprise content, seamlessly integrate both internal and external content sources and deploy business-critical information to corporate portals, intranets, extranets, and the Web. Specific applications include market, business and competitive intelligence, library automation, litigation support and Web publishing. Inmagic's information management solutions are installed in more than 7,000 special libraries and information centers in over 50 countries.