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View From The Top: Ektron, William Rogers CEO

This article appears in the issue March 2005 (100 Companies) [Volume 14, Issue 3]

The mandate to create and manage information on intranets, Web sites and extranets is a universal requirement among today's organizations. They share the need to harness the power of the Web in new, effective ways in order to generate maximum value from content, documents, images and other assets—in the end using the Web as a true business tool that supports the sharing of content and knowledge.

To communicate effectively via the Web, and to do so powerfully and consistently, requires a comprehensive solution that fully supports an organization's people, process and information.

Ektron's content management solutions and Web-based editor tools are used in more than 13,000 integrations worldwide, including Fortune 500 corporations such as Intel and Celestica, as well as mid-size businesses, colleges, and hospitals. Ektron helps organizations to lower their content-lifecycle costs, comply with regulatory requirements and unify the efforts of distributed knowledge workers.

Increasingly the market for software that manages enterprise content is crowded with solutions that promise grand visions of coping with all aspects of information and data. Ektron's solutions address the real-world problems of organizations that wish to create, manage and publish information in a Web-based environment, and do so in a way that's efficient and cost-effective. Our Microsoft-based software integrates easily to deliver powerful out-of-the-box functionality, yet it can be rapidly customized to support specific business requirements.

Founded in 1998, Ektron is based in Amherst, NH, and has offices in Europe.


Learn more about Ektron at www.ektron.com.

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