FileNET Corp., a provider of business process management software solutions, today announced its Panagon(TM) Enterprise Content Management (ECM) initiative.
According to the company, FileNET will deliver expanded capabilities for managing all forms of content and business processes inside and outside of the enterprise. This edition of Panagon leverages a strong record of accomplishment for solving business-critical content and process management problems and will now include integrated capabilities well beyond competitive Web site management offerings.
The company says that Panagon is a tightly integrated enterprise process and content management infrastructure and extensible application development platform that automates and optimizes an organization's business processes. Expanded capabilities planned for FileNET's Panagon ECM edition include:
-- Mobile device support to extend enterprise content and process management capabilities to mobile workers -- Content interchange utilizing additional XML capabilities for extracting and exporting metadata (content properties), and handling large, complex document interchange -- Template-driven content authoring for authors to quickly and easily create and add content without complex Web authoring tools -- HTML authoring provided through seamless integration with tools such as Macromedia Dreamweaver and Adobe GoLive via the WebDAV standard -- Native retention management capabilities providing Web content lifecycle management to maintain accurate and time-sensitive content -- Process management and reporting tools to provide analysis of processes, workload and application productivity -- Web site staging and publishing to make exporting content to Web application servers significantly easier and more robust, meeting the needs for Web site deployment -- Search feature enhancements to provide multi-library searching and other usability features, significantly increasing user productivity -- LDAP user and group synchronization will be extended to provide direct user authentication and will include additional LDAP-compliant directory servers -- JAVA toolkits to allow for the development and deployment of Web-based applications into Unix environments -- Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server (SPPS) integration allowing companies to create, deploy and search Panagon's ECM content through an SPPS departmental portal -- Expanded Sun Solaris support including two additional Panagon server products