Published on February 12, 2009
Bloom Social Workplace / Social Marketplace Copyright © Open Text Corporation. All rights reserved. Slide Daniel Kraft SVP Corporate Strategy February 2009
Definitions Vision Bloom Goal Focus Foundation Open Text ECM Suite Web Solutions / Rich Media / Social Networking Social Workplace & Social Marketplace
Building on a solid Foundation WCM DAM RM Report Email Archiv BPM DM Collab Capture Corporate Memory Content / Process / Compliance
Capitalize on the new Opportunity Social Networks Wiki Podcasts Blogs Folksonomies Communities Videocasting RSS Social Bookmarking Aggregators Widgets AJAX IM Web + Rich Media + Social Networking + Security & Compliance Corporate Memory Content / Process / Compliance
Make Your Workplace & Marketplace Bloom Workplace Marketplace Communicate Collaborate Experience Bloom Social Social Community Forum Employee Team Partners Customers Corporate Memory Content / Process / Compliance
Web Solutions Experience Your Best Ideas Rich Media Communicate more Naturally Social Networking Enjoy the Beauty of Teamwork Compliance, Analytics, Mobility
B ased on the Open Text ECM Suite Bloom Document Management Email Management Content Reporting Business Process Management Capture and Delivery Archiving Records Management Web Content Management Collaboration & Community Management Digital Asset Management Social Work/Marketplace Communicate Collaborate Experience Foundation Content Process Compliance
Key Differentiators Complete Offering Rich Media, Web Solution & Social Networking based on the Open Text ECM Suite Security & Compliance Enterprise class Records Management, Archiving, Accountability and Social Compliance Legendary Ease of Use Advanced Web 2.0 usability to support User-Powered Community Growth Comprehensive Mobility Support Feature rich mobile user interface providing applications behavior Enterprise Class Scalability Proven enterprise class infrastructure
Rich Media, Web Solution & Social Networking based on the Open Text ECM Suite
Security & Compliance
Enterprise class Records Management, Archiving, Accountability and Social Compliance
Legendary Ease of Use
Advanced Web 2.0 usability to support User-Powered Community Growth
Comprehensive Mobility Support
Feature rich mobile user interface providing applications behavior
Enterprise Class Scalability
Proven enterprise class infrastructure
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