• March 1, 2017
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Alfresco Introduces New Digital Business Platform

Alfresco Software has announced the availability of its new Alfresco Digital Business Platform to power customer digital transformation. Available on-premises, in the cloud, or as a hybrid deployment, the Alfresco Digital Business Platform is designed to help accelerate customer time to value.

The integration of process, content, and governance is the first step of digital transformation, according to John Newton, CTO and Founder of Alfresco. The second step is to integrate application development so businesses can respond quickly and remain agile to support ever-changing business needs and market conditions, address the threats of new competitors, and meet regulatory requirements. By offering tightly integrated core services, companies can deploy unique solutions in a fraction of the time taken for traditional platforms, he added.

According to Alfresco, the Alfresco Digital Business Platform supports the rapid development and delivery of digital business solutions where processes flow, content is presented in context, and information governance is assured.  Purpose-built to accelerate solution development, the Alfresco Digital Business Platform is an integrated platform providing process, content, and governance services exposed via open RESTful APIs to enable organizations to build collaboration, case management and compliance solutions.  The platform also features a new Application Development Framework, offering reusable Angular JS (2.0) components and Google Material design, to deliver business applications that streamline the flow of business.  The open platform integrates with applications such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Google Drive, SAP, and Salesforce.com, and also features an Amazon AWS-optimized deployment, including Alfresco Quick Start, to reduce the time and effort of deploying Alfresco.

For more information, go to www.alfresco.com.

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