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FatWire Software Acquires Infostoria to Utilize Web 2.0 Technologies

Improving the Web experience

FatWire Software has acquired Infostoria, a provider of Web 2.0 collaboration and content sharing tools for the enterprise. Infostoria’s technology enables single-click wiki creation and blogging, and offers an advanced content integration platform to help organizations manage, find and securely share content stored in disparate repositories.

Web Content Management (WCM) is critical to creating an effective Web presence. Today’s advanced organizations want to build on WCM capabilities to create an ecosystem around their company and products, and to strengthen their brand. Web 2.0 technologies, including wikis, blogs and content sharing, are key to facilitating collaboration among an organization’s employees, customers and partners – thus fostering an engaged community of users. Infostoria’s solutions offer this advanced functionality while delivering enterprise-class management and governance capabilities.

FatWire Content Server helps organizations to build, deploy and manage sophisticated Web sites and online communications from a simple interface. With the addition of Infostoria functionality, FatWire customers can improve the Web experience they offer, to drive increased customer loyalty and sales.

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