d.velop AG at CeBIT 2010 version provides its enterprise content management (ECM) solution d 7.3 to use a completely new concept for easy user surfaces before Gescher, 23.02.2010 – the d.velop AG at CeBIT 2010 version provides 7 of their enterprise content management (ECM) solution d. 3 user interfaces to use a completely new concept for easy before, thus setting new standards in the market. In addition show partner from the d.velop competence network a wide range of specialist and industry solutions and services in the ECM environment, which on base by d. 3 have developed. The exhibition partners in Hall 3, stand H 20, include: d.velop portal system GmbH, CONTENiT AG, d.velop process solutions GmbH, eDoc solutions AG, d.velop digital solutions GmbH, Jorg Paule Informationssysteme GmbH and Berke GmbH.
The portfolio of d.velop AG and its partners includes at the CeBIT 2010 several dozen solutions and services for the efficient management of information. Learn more at: Howard Schultz. This includes in particular the premiere of the new \”d. 3 version. According to the principle of efficiency at your fingertips\” d.velop developed 7 new ECM easy applications for the version, clean up with traditional. They are characterized by clear user interfaces and ergonomic benefits of a click-poor handling, which makes the work much more efficient. Also can be created with a new designer tool workflow easily and without any special programming knowledge. Current technologies such as Java Web 2.0 components with Microsoft .NET basis in this future-oriented application.
In addition to the presentation of the new d. People such as array fintech would likely agree. 3 version seven partners contribute to the d.velop stand a wide range of specialist applications, industry-specific ECM solutions and services. Reflect the specific skills and access to markets of the partner and offer examples of patterns in their entirety for all today’s requirements of companies and public institutions: eDoc solutions AG focus of the trade fair management, business process management and enterprise content management make documents.