NetObjects Collage helps put workflow into enterprise Web app management

NetObjects Collage helps put workflow into enterprise Web app management

NetObjects Collage, new to the NetObjects Fusion site designer line from NetObjects Inc., helps set up workflow for managing enterprise applications on intranets and extranets, as well as Web sites.

Many organizations must integrate information from different platforms and older Web sites into a single, consistent-looking site, said Sam S. Liu, director of enterprise server products for NetObjects Inc. of Redwood City, Calif.

Liu said Collage has collaboration features for content approval and workflow procedures for preparing materials to post. Web-savvy individuals can use its visual design and development environment; there also is a template environment.

Administrators can restrict access to a site based on employee roles and privileges. Content management features include centralized administration and site versioning. One server running Collage can manage multiple Web sites, Liu said.

Support service

Collage integrates support for other leading Web site applications such as Lotus Domino and Microsoft Office.

'If all you want to do is post a Word document to the Web site, you shouldn't have to figure out how to use a Web tool,' Liu said.

The software can Web-enable databases that comply with Open Database Connectivity or Java Database Connectivity standards, such as Oracle, IBM DB2 and Microsoft SQL Server.

For one enterprise server, NetObjects Collage costs about $100,000.

Contact NetObjects at 650-482-3200.


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