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Inmagic named EContent 100 company

One of the industry's leading trade publications has recognized the work we've been doing this year to help companies improve the way they manage knowledge. The editors of EContent Magazine have named us to their EContent 100 List, the magazine's annual compilation of companies that matter most in the digital content industry.

EContent Editor-in-Chief Michelle Manafy had this to say: “The need to integrate social tools into the business landscape is growing, and Inmagic continues to play a key role in enabling organizations to help achieve their business objectives.”

Thank you to EContent's editors for recognizing us! If you're interested in more details on the award and how companies were chosen, read on for our press release announcing the news.

Inmagic Named to EContent 100 List

Award recognizes Inmagic as a company that matters most in the digital content industry

WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Inmagic®, a company that enables non-technical business users to create and manage Social Knowledge Networks through its application, Inmagic® Presto, today announced it has been named an EContent 100 company by the editors of EContent magazine. The EContent 100 is the publication’s list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.

“This year’s winners were chosen based on innovation and the ability to meet customer needs,” says Michelle Manafy, Editor-in-Chief of EContent Magazine. “Companies use Inmagic Presto to improve the way they organize, manage, and share content and knowledge across all parts of their organizations. The need to integrate social tools into the business landscape is growing, and Inmagic continues to play a key role in enabling organizations to help achieve their business objectives.”

Presto sits at the intersection of enterprise search, social technologies, and information access and discovery, enabling information professionals to create KnowledgeNets -- combining top-down vetted information with bottom-up social intelligence for a 360-degree view of information assets. By merging content with social tools such as ratings and commenting, Presto helps companies meet the need for better collaboration and increased knowledge retention in the workplace.

This award adds to the company’s list of industry accolades this year, with Presto named as a KMWorld Trend-Setting Product and a Company that Matters in Knowledge Management, both for the second consecutive years. Organizations that have adopted Presto include The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), NASA, The National Endowment for Democracy, R.V. Anderson Associates Limited, The San Francisco Symphony, and The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

“The demand for content-driven social knowledge management continues to grow,” says Ron Matros, CEO of Inmagic. “What sets Presto apart from other digital content management technologies is that it breaks down information silos, brings together external and internal content and subject-matter experts, and increases collaboration and organizational productivity. We will continue our commitment to our customers by providing solutions that support their business objectives and deliver strong ROI.”

Companies were evaluated by 10 EC100 judges, including fellow Information Today, Inc. editors, EContent Magazine contributing editors, and other experts in the digital content industry.


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


EContent magazine targets the creators, managers, buyers, and sellers of digital content. Today, we are all publishers; organizations of all types must master digital content creation, management, delivery, and findability in order to succeed. From website information and marketing content, to YouTube and corporate communication videos; be it professionally or customer created or crowdsourced; delivered on your website, via mobile and other emerging digital devices, or via search or social media channels—digital content is the lifeblood of organizations of all kinds. Thus, everyone from enterprises to traditional publishers must stay abreast of the best practices and emerging trends and tools in order to make the most of their digital content assets. Focused on content creation, management, delivery, and search, EContent magazine and keep CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, business managers, content strategists, and information and knowledge professionals ahead of the curve so that they can maximize their investment in digital content.

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