Adobe and Interwoven Announce Integration Partnership
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--Sept. 24, 2001-- Adobe Systems Incorporated , the leader in Network Publishing, and Interwoven, Inc., the leading provider of Content Infrastructure, today announced plans to integrate Adobe AlterCast(TM) with Interwoven's TeamSite software. The alliance will allow customers to manage, change and deliver images and graphs as part of the Interwoven TeamSite workflow.
"We are pleased to work with Adobe to extend the integration of Web authoring tools into the arena of offering powerful server-side solutions for managing image production,'' said Frank Florence, senior vice president of business development at Interwoven. "The combined network publishing solution of AlterCast and TeamSite will enable Web publishers to enrich and expand their company's outbound visual communication while leveraging the open architecture of Interwoven's Content Infrastructure.''
Interwoven TeamSite is Content Infrastructure software for managing diverse Web assets, including database and file system content, application code and XML. AlterCast is imaging server software that automates the manual task of creating, updating and repurposing images for the Web. Web production teams using TeamSite will be able to make dynamic imaging an integrated part of their content creation and management workflows, allowing for the reduction in costs and time for updating images and graphics on the Web.
"Together, Adobe and Interwoven will help Web publishers meet the challenges of refreshing Web sites with dynamic and visually rich information,'' said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Web publishing for Adobe. "Our combined efforts will result in network publishing solutions that result in richer and more personalized Web experiences that build customer loyalty.''
For more information about Interwoven TeamSite, please visit www.interwoven.com. More information about Adobe AlterCast can be found at www.adobe.com/altercast.
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