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New resources on updated Inmagic website

If you've hit the Inmagic website in the past few days and noticed something different, don't worry. You're not going crazy, and there's no need to adjust your computer screen. We've just made some updates. OK, actually a lot of updates. We pretty much took a hack saw to it.

Inmagic's new home page

But the result is something that (we think) will make it easier for you to navigate our products, learn about Social Knowledge Networks, and see how other companies are using them in their KM and broader business strategies. More details on the changes we made are in the press release we issued this morning.

Feel free to click around, poke through the resources we've posted, and as always, leave your feedback in the comments. Surf's up!

Inmagic Supports Increasing Demand for Social Knowledge Networks Across the Enterprise

Enterprise organizations respond to transparency, flexibility, and security associated with Inmagic Social Knowledge Networks

WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As a result of increasing demand among enterprise organizations for secure social knowledge management solutions, Inmagic® continues to enhance its technologies to support enterprise-specific needs. The company has launched a new website that aligns with the company’s enterprise strategy, including industry-specific solutions, enterprise resources, and an improved overall user interface.

Inmagic is helping to shape the future of Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) through Social Knowledge Networks (SKNs). SKNs span enterprise silos, merging relevant content, search, and community to address specific business processes, such as product innovation, proposal development, and competitive intelligence.

The latest version of Inmagic® Presto, an SKN application, supports strategic enterprise objectives through:

* Deeper integration with Microsoft SharePoint
* External content and subscriptions
* Ease-of-use and faster deployments for non-technical users
* Robust security

Inmagic’s website further supports this strategy, making it easier and more intuitive for both enterprise and library users to identify resources that best fit their needs using the latest CMS technology. Features include:

* Industry-specific solutions
* A one-stop-shop resources page, with content, collateral, white papers, and product info that is easily accessible
* Social features, with links to the company’s blog, Twitter, and Facebook pages
* Improved user interface, with personal login capabilities for faster information access

“Enterprises are struggling with how best to leverage E2.0 technologies for competitive advantage, product innovation, and knowledge retention,” says Ron Matros, President and CEO of Inmagic. “The need for better information access, sharing, and collaboration is clear, and Inmagic is working closely with enterprise customers through the process of assessing, deploying, and managing their Social Knowledge Network strategies for maximum ROI.”

When SKNs are implemented to support a specific business objective, the potential benefits of realizing ROI from E2.0 strategies go up exponentially. Inmagic solutions allow organizations across a range of industries (pharmaceutical, energy, health care, financial services, etc.), and individual functional departments within those organizations, to collaborate toward a common business objective.

Inmagic supports enterprise organizations through SKNs that:

* Increase productivity and reduce costs
* Reduce wasteful information silos
* Leverage SharePoint investments
* Capitalize on secure Web 2.0 social capabilities
* Drive innovation and competitive advantage

“Inmagic has a unique offering that is at the intersection of enterprise search, content management, and social software,” says Gil Yehuda, former industry analyst and E2.0 Web strategist. “The convergence of these elements within a knowledge repository enables business users to get the information they need to do their work efficiently, leveraging the insight of their co-workers, while tapping into existing knowledge repositories.”

Inmagic Presto is a cost-effective SKN application for capturing, sharing, and socializing information for increased collaboration and productivity. Enterprise customers using Presto for a faster and more cost-effective way to integrate content with human assets, improve collaboration, and increase end-user and organizational productivity include ACLU, Canadian Tax Foundation, City of Edmonton, Laureate Education, Maple Leaf Foods, MRANisqually Indian Tribe, the San Francisco Symphony, and Wyeth Consumer Healthcare.


Inmagic® is a leader in developing and implementing Social Knowledge Networks (SKN) for enterprise organizations. For nearly 30 years, Inmagic has helped information and knowledge-driven organizations manage, access and publish information. Today, our award-winning Inmagic® Presto SKN application helps business users access and search relevant content and community insight across enterprise silos to create an environment focused on addressing high-value business processes and objectives. Organizations across a range of industries including ACLU, City of Edmonton, Laureate Education, Maple Leaf Foods, MRA, NASA, The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, the San Francisco Symphony and Wyeth Consumer Healthcare (now Pfizer), rely on Inmagic to improve productivity and collaboration, retain and preserve knowledge and foster greater innovation. Find out how much your organization really knows. Visit Inmagic at

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Kate Ritchie, Gregory FCA, 610-642-8253 x162,
Carolyn MacNeill, Inmagic, Inc., 781-287-6277,

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