Paris, France (PressExposure) December 01, 2009 -- EntropySoft, a specialist in the Enterprise Content Integration (ECI) market, today announced the release of an EMC Documentum CenterStage connector. By making available a CenterStage connector, EntropySoft is increasing again its unrivalled interoperability capacities and the attractiveness of its product offer.
Through this CenterStage connector, the new EMC Documentum application for extended enterprise collaboration will be ready for search, e-discovery, Records Management connectivity and transfers.
In its 35+ connectors portfolio, EntropySoft already had Documentum DFC, Documentum DFS and Documentum eRoom connectors. EntropySoft is now extending its EMC Documentum connectivity offer by making available a CenterStage connector.
The EntropySoft CenterStage connector works with the DFS-based CenterStage Foundation Services. This is a simple way to access Documentum content via web-services. DFS access simplifies the network architecture and facilitates content accessibility for all platforms and appliances.
EntropySoftâs CenterStage connector allows the creation and modification of all the CenterStage collaborative objects such as spaces, folders, files, wiki, section, pages, blogs, blog entries etcâ¦ The CenterStage connector also implements EntropySoftâs latest content management intelligence feature: the track repository changes feature. The connector can track changes in the repository and deliver a list of added, updated and deleted documents. Changes to content, permissions and metadata are taken into account on an immediate basis. This is a vital feature for all companies who want to have an accurate view of their content and take real-time actions, such as immediate Records Management, to minimize critical data loss risk and optimize compliance with regulatory environments.
Like all EntropySoft connectors, the CenterStage connector will be CMIS-compliant, therefore allowing easy standard connection to other applications.
âThis CenterStage connector illustrates EntropySoftâs leadership in the connector market. By having a working CenterStage connector before the general availability date of the software, EntropySoft is reassuring the market as regards CenterStage interoperability and connectivityâ said Nicolas Maquaire, CEO and co-founder of EntropySoft. âA series of three demo videos demonstrating a transfer between eRoom and CenterStage can be seen on our website."
The EntropySoft content hub, Content Federation Server, centralizes and shares all the connectivity in a company. It can now offer a single entry point for up to 35 content-centric enterprise applications, including EMC Documentum CenterStage. This content hub offers an easy-to-manage centralizing point, so as to integrate easily with the various business applications used in a company.
Content ETL, the flagship product of EntropySoft, can manage all the content transfers of the company, including transfers to and from CenterStage. This can include archiving processes, cloud repository synchronization, records management, day to day content transfers and migrations.
EntropySoft is one of the world leaders for connectivity. It has more than 35 read/write enterprise connectors for unstructured data, possibly the biggest portfolio in the market. The extensive support of features and the size of the connector portfolio make this technology perfect OEM material for many software industries. The state-of-the-art connectors help customers focus on their differentiators, allowing them to concentrate on their core business while EntropySoft takes care of the connectivity.
All major Enterprise Content Management Systems are present in EntropySoftâs portfolio: Alfresco, IBM FileNet P8, Interwoven TeamSite, IBM Lotus Quickplace, Microsoft SharePoint, OpenText LiveLink and eDOCS, etcâ¦ All connectors have been fully tested on large implementations in critical business projects.
EntropySoft brings Content Management Intelligence to its customers.
See the eRoom to CenterStage videos here: [http://www.entropysoft.net/cms/home/resources/vids]