E pluribus unum as SeeUnity integrates content


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Integration API handles stacks of content, facilitates client front-ends

ECM Plus – Enterprise content integration pioneer SeeUnity has just launched the new Content Connect, its native Enterprise Content Management user interface clients.

According to the company, Content Connect provides greater flexibility, performance and control over ECM platforms.

Brant Henne at SeeUnity said: “Content Connect goes in a new direction, giving customers a lightweight alternative to native ECM clients – independent of SharePoint and Internet browsers. This lightweight, thick-client approach is satisfying customer requests for ECM enhancements. Features such as offline editing, synchronization, and performance increases are driving interest in Content Connect.”

SeeUnity said that it used a native API connection to ECM repositories, Content Connect also promises a Windows-based, secure alternative to traditional ECM thick clients, offering features such as offline editing and access to multiple ECM repositories within a single interface.


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