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Jahia Announces Jahia Wise: All-In-One Enterprise Social and Collaborative Document Sharing

A Simple-to-Use, Yet Powerful Ready-to-Deploy Document Sharing Solution Able to Work Standalone or Together with Jahia xCM Web Projects, on Premises or in the Cloud

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA and GENEVA, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwire) -- 11/08/12 -- Jahia, provider of the next-generation Open Source CMS, announced today the release of Jahia Wise, a brand new enterprise product in the field of Social and Collaborative Document Sharing.

All-in-one Enterprise Social and Collaborative Document Sharing

Jahia Wise offers all the most popular features when talking about social and collaborative document sharing for a fraction of the cost charged by proprietary vendors, with no need for costly integration and maintenance. And it's ready-to-deploy.

The next level of document sharing

Jahia Wise stems from a widely shared customers' need: a smart, slick and easy way to share documents and collaborate.

Jahia Wise brings this common need of sharing and managing documents in organizations to the next level with additional features:

- Document sharing features coming with versioning, lock-in /lock-out, permissions, mass import, drag & drop import, gallery display etc.

- Social and collaboration features required by today's projects: comments, task assignation, auto-tagging, collections, validation workflow, discussions, vote, wiki, blogs, notifications etc.

- Web content clipping / information sourcing capabilities: project teams can now centralize any type of data, and avoid uncontrolled information silos.

- Integration of emails as an easy and natural way of feeding-in information to the projects' document spaces. This integration also allows the synchronization of email discussions with the collaborative work carried out in Jahia Wise.

- More on Key features here.

How does Jahia Wise work?

Jahia Wise illustrates the power and modularity of the Jahia Content Platform: it has been built with Jahia Studio, the first free and visual user experience builder of the market, available to all Jahia customers. Jahia Wise is a ready to deploy application that can work standalone or together with other existing Jahia xCM web projects and finally unifies sharing and publishing documents from one solution to the others.

A subscription based - enterprise solution, built with new open source modules

Jahia Wise is an Enterprise solution that has been built with new open source modules into a brand new ready-to-deploy application available through subscriptions. Our Community users do have access to all these modules and tools to build their own document sharing solution on top of the Jahia Content Platform or save time and money by using the Enterprise Wise distribution.

Pricing of Jahia Wise

Jahia Wise is available through subscriptions, starting at $4,990 per year and JVM. More information about Enterprise Jahia subscriptions here.

Screenshots

Jahia Wise screenshots are available here.

How-to evaluate Jahia Wise?

Jahia is looking forward to your feedback and will happily open a dedicated evaluation instance on the cloud upon request. Please contact us here.

You can also register to the first demo webinar scheduled on November 13th: here.

About Jahia

Jahia's next-generation, open source CMS stems from a widely acknowledged vision of enterprise application convergence where web, document, social, collaborative and portal content are unified. Structured around Jahia Extended Content Management (xCM), Jahia Wise, the Jahia Studio IDE and based on a powerful Content platform, Jahia brings a unique modularity to the Java development arena. With its hundreds of available JahiApps and modules, the Jahia software is the tool of choice for building business driven user experiences for innovative web and mobile applications at a fraction of the cost of competing solutions. Founded in 2002 in Switzerland, Jahia has its North American headquarters in Washington DC, and offices in Canada and throughout Europe. Jahia counts hundreds of global brands and governmental organizations among its loyal customers, in more than 20 countries across the globe. For more information, please visit www.jahia.com.

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