Inmagic to Exhibit at Internet Librarian Conference 2008
Inmagic will attend the Internet Librarian Conference 2008 (booth 217) and provide attendees with a sneak peak into Inmagic(R) Presto 3.0 – the latest in social knowledge management. Presto 3.0 will be made available for customer deployment October 31st, and is the latest version of the company’s flagship social knowledge management platform used by leading organizations such as NASA, Newsweek, The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, RV Anderson Associates, Ltd., and OPHEA.
Presto 3.0 contains enhancements that enable organizations to integrate, capture and capitalize on its collective domain expertise or “wisdom of their communities,” and gain never-before-realized insight into information assets by creating social knowledge networks. Attendees will also get a firsthand look at Presto 3.0′s rich library asset management and workflow capabilities. This seamless integration of library, knowledge management and social technologies makes Presto the industry’s first true social library platform.
“Presto 3.0 is a significant new product release for our customers and for the industry,” says Paul Puzzanghera, President and CEO of Inmagic. “We are on the brink of a convergence between knowledge management and social media that will profoundly reshape how content is managed and how information professionals collaborate and share information.”
At Inmagic’s booth, attendees will discover:
— The differences between social networking and social knowledge networks
— A technology for socializing content within the enterprise that is markedly different from traditional document and content management systems
— How traditional library tools can integrate with social technologies to create an interactive social library platform
— How to use social knowledge networks to enrich their companies’ domain expertise, enhance search and discovery processes, improve productivity and foster greater collaboration
Additionally, Inmagic will demonstrate the latest release of Inmagic(R) Genie, the company’s Web-based integrated library system (ILS) for Inmagic(R) DB/Text — a specialized database optimized for text retrieval that lets users build networked and standalone textbases to manage information. DB/Text is used by thousands of organizations worldwide.
Internet Librarian is the only conference for information professionals who are using and developing Internet, intranet, and Web-based technologies. This year’s show, “Beyond 2.0: User-Focused Tools and Practices,” will bring to the table new Web 2.0 tools, practices, and services; and illustrate how they are improving the way companies manage information and interact with clients, partners, vendors, and more. The Internet Librarian Conference 2008 takes place Oct. 20 to 22 in Monterey, Calif. For more information, please visit the conference’s Web site.
ABOUT INMAGIC, INC.
Since 1983, Inmagic has helped companies rapidly capture, organize, share, manage, and exploit their collective wisdom. Over 5,000 companies in 100 countries use Inmagic’s Presto, Genie, and DB/Text to forge social knowledge networks that connect their people and information to gain unprecedented insight into customers, markets, competitors, research, intellectual property, and more. Find out how much your company really knows. Visit Inmagic at www.Inmagic.com.
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