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Adobe & Documentum Bring Dynamic Image Serving to Content Management

Tuesday, September 25, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

SAN FRANCISCO--Sept. 24, 2001-- Adobe Systems Incorporated , the leader in Network Publishing, and Documentum, the leading provider of enterprise content management, today announced plans to integrate Adobe Altercast(TM) dynamic imaging server with Documentum 4i(TM) Web Content Management (WCM) Edition. For the first time, customers will have a complete solution for integrating dynamic images and graphics into enterprise class content management systems. "Adobe and Documentum have a rich history of delivering scalable content creation and delivery solutions to our enterprise customers,'' said Whitney Tidmarsh, vice president of product marketing for Documentum. "We are pleased to bring these solutions to the arena ofscalable dynamic imaging. The combination of Documentum 4i WCM Edition and Adobe AlterCast will provide an integrated approach to managing text, images and graphics to optimize visual communication, while delivering an enhanced Web experience for every user.'' Documentum 4i WCM Edition allows users to create and deliver accurate, reliable content to corporate Web sites, quickly and easily. AlterCast is an imaging server software that automates the manual task of creating, updating and repurposing images for the Web. Now, publishers will be able to extend their Documentum content management workflow to include images, which will ultimately improve visual communication on the Web. Web production teams using Documentum 4i WCM Edition will be able to dynamically generate and repurpose Web images and graphics within existing workflows, enabling greater efficiency and lower production costs. "This integration of Adobe and Documentum products offers, for the first time, Network Publishing solutions for integrating images and graphics into production content management and web publishing workflows,'' said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Web publishing for Adobe. "Now, companies will be able to efficiently repurpose and personalize images and graphics for each Web site visitor, and expedite content delivery through all channels, including multiple Web sites and wireless devices.''




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