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Friday, 29th December 2006

Jadu launches "Web 2.0" content management products

Content Management Systems developer Jadu has announced a range of "Web 2.0" products designed to enhance delivery of web based content and services to help Business and Government organisations enable the delivery of "Web 2.0" content.

Jadu, a leading UK provider of enterprise content management systems (CMS) have announced a new range of products developed to provide 'Web 2.0' technology to help organise information and content within an organisation and help them communicate like never before.

The new products range from feature enhancing modules for the Jadu CMS, such as ' Jadu Multimedia' - which enables video casting and pod casting, to full platform products such as "XFORMS Professional" - an advanced eforms system that integrates with CRM systems and enables self-service and "Jadu Intranet 2.0" - a 'social computing' web portal for organising, publishing and blogging information within an organisation.

Suraj Kika, CEO of Jadu said: "We know that many organisations have a great challenge in delivering content - and this challenge starts with trying to organise it. So, for the last year, we have been busy developing applications to make finding and publishing content a breeze."

In particular, Jadu have developed 'Rupa' - a cross platform software interface for the Google Search Appliance (GSA) which when integrated with Microsoft Active Directory, enables personalised and controlled enterprise search over an internal network.

"Rupa is one of our most exciting systems. We have developed a powerful personalised and secured search interface on top of the Worlds finest search appliance systems - the Google Search Appliance. Now we can take advantage of an organisations Active Directory authentication methods - and deliver powerful Google search for the employee - they can now search and find documents and files inside their network directories, on web pages and even databases." Says Suraj.

Jadu have also delivered an internal customer services content management system for Local Authorities called '.Services', which enables customer services operators to use scripted information on council services and search for information using an in-built Google search.

Elizabeth Thatcher, Communications Manager for Lichfield District Council who use the systems said: "Jadu's .Services has enabled us to ensure that consistent information is provided to our customers whenever they contact our service centre. Our advisors can all access up-to-date and accurate service information quickly an efficiently via a simple web interface and with a powerful search - powered by Google."