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Prolifics Offers Easy Transition to IBM Lotus Web Content Management

Continues to offer companies an easy transition to Lotus Web Content Management (WebCM)

Prolifics, an end-to-end systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies, today announced that it continues to offer companies an easy transition to Lotus Web Content Management (WebCM).

In today's fast-paced business environment, organizations must have the ability to effectively manage content to applications and business processes. IBM Lotus Web Content Management is a sophisticated Web content management product designed to accelerate development and delivery of critical business information across enterprises.

With over 30 WebCM customers to date, Prolifics' certified experts can execute or transition companies to a Lotus Web Content Management environment to enable collaboration for content creation, approvals, management, retention, and publishing across Internet, intranet, and extranet assets. Prolifics also has deep expertise migrating to WebCM from other industry content management systems such as Vignette; and integrating WebCM with other systems including Vignette, Stellent and Documentum. Prolifics most commonly combines the strength of WebCM and WebSphere Portal in order to create robust Content Portals for its customers. In fact Prolifics enables organizations to be up and running with a standard Content Portal in 16 days.

Prolifics offers discovery calls, whiteboard sessions, ROI analysis and scoping which is then used to design short-term and long-term migration plans for its customers based on their current environment and objectives. These plans focus on strategy for maximizing the benefits of the new environment from re-designing to pure migration, testing and performance tuning options, mentoring of the new environment and deployment efforts required.

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