San Francisco, CA – November 6, 2007 -- MuseGlobal, provider of comprehensive search products and management systems worldwide, has announced the adoption of its content integration platform by Microsoft's SharePoint Server 2007 enterprise suite. With Muse technology, SharePoint customers are now able to present local and licensed content to their enterprise users in a controlled and protected environment.
The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is a world class enterprise portal platform that makes it easy to build and maintain portal sites. Through consolidated access to existing business applications and content, companies can drive consistent performance of common business tasks, and SharePoint's integrated Web content management capabilities enable people to publish Web content with an easy-to-use content authoring tool and a built-in approval process.
"Through SharePoint's adoption of Muse technology, enterprise users and managers will experience improved search results, better aggregation of data, and access to cutting-edge content integration tools", states Peter Noerr, Chief Technology Officer, MuseGlobal. "Companies use SharePoint to help facilitate collaboration, implement business processes, and supply access to information that is essential to organizational goals and processes, and we are delighted to be part of this outstanding suite of services."
MuseGlobal sets the standard for search management technology. Our search integration and management systems enable institutions worldwide to build outstanding search products and services, unifying the widest range of content sources into high performance and reliable custom search solutions. We support multiple platforms and offer a wide range of interoperability options, as well as robust developer and customer toolkits that ease customization, implementation, maintenance and administration. MuseGlobal works closely with today's most sophisticated publishers, technology companies, enterprises and online services to build effective custom search solutions for their users.