Press Release Summary:
WebSphereÂ® Information Integrator Content Edition v8.3 delivers federated, bidirectional access within portals, workflow, and other enterprise applications to information stored in disparate content management systems. It makes multiple disparate repositories look and act as single unified repository, providing complete platform for deploying applications and workflows spanning multiple content sources. Software is built on standards based service oriented architecture.
Original Press Release:
IBM WebSphere Information Integrator Content Edition V8.3 - Improved and Extended Reach to Unstructured Content Sources, and Enhanced Globalization
IBM WebSphere Information Integrator Content Edition V8.3 includes:
Federated access to multiple disparate content management and workflow systems
Complete platform for deploying repository-spanning applications and workflows
Bidirectional access to content and workflow, as well as the underlying functionality
Pre-built integrations to more than 20 content management and workflow systems
A rich set of functions spanning multiple repositories, including federated search
Being built on a service oriented architecture (SOA) and standards based
For ordering, contact:
Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: YE001).
Today's organizations have invested heavily in repositories for managing unstructured information such as documents, images, reports, rich media, Web content and e-mail. But the reality is that these systems have been purchased and deployed departmentally or inherited through mergers and acquisitions. This means that much of a company's business-critical information is scattered across the enterprise and trapped in isolated silos, which can lead to poor customer service, inefficient business processes, duplications of effort, and noncompliance with recordkeeping policies.
IBM WebSphere® Information Integrator Content Edition V8.3 , a key component of the WebSphere Information Integration portfolio, delivers federated access within portals, workflow, and other enterprise applications, to information stored in disparate content management systems from IBM and other vendors such as FileNet, EMC/Documentum, and Open Text, from within portals, workflow, and other enterprise applications. WebSphere Information Integrator Content Edition makes multiple disparate repositories look and act as a single unified repository, and provides a complete platform for deploying applications and workflows spanning multiple content sources.
Planned availability dates
November 30, 2005: Electronic software delivery
December 16, 2005: Media and documentation