Transform Magazine Selects Product of the Year 2001 Winners

PRNewswire
NEW YORK
Dec 19, 2001

Transform Magazine is proud to announce its Product of the Year 2001 Winners. These 12 stand-out products were chosen from among 24 finalists announced on November 14. Coverage of all 24 products appears in the January 2002 issue of Transform Magazine, which mailed yesterday.

   ENTERPRISE CONTENT & COLLABORATION TECHNOLOGY WINNERS


   Epicentric Foundation Server 3.5 & 4.0
   Interwoven Content Infrastructure Suite
   Microsoft SharePoint
   OpenText LiveLink and MeetingZone
   Stratify Classification Server
   Tibco Extensibility Platform

   SPECIALIZED CONTENT TECHNOLOGY WINNERS

   Artesia Teams
   Avolent BizCast 4.0
   Tarian e-Records Engine


   SCAN & CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY WINNERS

   Kodak i800 Series Scanners
   Kofax VRS Version 2.0
   Microsystems Technology Inc. Anyform Data Capture


   TRANSFORM PRODUCT OF THE YEAR 2001 FINALISTS

   BottomLine Financial Resource Management Solutions
   Bulldog Bulldog
   Fujitsu fi4750C
   Groove Networks Groove
   Hummingbird EIP 4.0
   Hyland OnBase & OnBase Application Enabler
   IBM IBM WebSphere Portal Server
   SageWare Category Sets & Category Builder
   TruArc ArcIQ
   Venetica VeniceBridge
   Vignette V6 Suite
   Zaplet Appmail Suite

In our selection of finalists and winners, we looked for innovations in technology and, to a lesser extent, market success. We spent the year examining the latest in content and collaboration technology, and we brought many of these products into our lab.

Large, enterprise-wide solutions are difficult to test in the lab, so we sought additional input from distinguished industry experts. This year's roster of commentators included:

   Geoffrey Bock, Patricia Seybold Group
   Bill Chambers, Doculabs
   Guy Creese, Aberdeen Group
   Gautam Desai, Doculabs
   Sue Feldman, IDC
   Julie Gable, independent records management consultant
   Penny Gillespie, Giga Information Group
   Avi Greenfield, Doculabs
   Chris Harris-Jones, Ovum
   Lou Latham, Gartner
   Michael Maziarka, CAP Ventures
   Connie Moore, Giga Information Group
   Susan Moyse, InfoTrends Research Group
   Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Ovum
   Marvin Pyles, independent content management consultant
   Karen Shegda, Gartner Datapro
   Harvey Spencer, Harvey Spencer Associates
   Elizabeth Sun, Meta Group
   Bill Trippe, New Millennium Publishing
   Patricia Turocy, Doculabs
   Ray Valdes, Gartner
   Scott Wildemuth, Andersen Consulting
   Nick Wilkoff, Forrester
   Eric Woods, Ovum.

The final selection of winners and finalists rested with the editors of Transform Magazine, and in many cases we also spoke with users for additional feedback on ease of deployment and use as well as business impact. Complete descriptions of the winners and finalists will be available online at http://www.transformmag.com/ December 19.

Transform Magazine is the definitive publication for business and IT managers implementing content and collaboration products and strategies. It is the only publication that addresses the full lifecycle of corporate content, from capture to management to delivery and storage.

CMP Media LLC is a leading high-technology business-to-business multimedia company that provides essential information and integrated marketing services to technology and healthcare professionals worldwide.

   CONTACT:  Doug Henschen, Editor-in-Chief, 917-305-3361, dhenschen@cmp.com

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Contact: Doug Henschen, Editor-in-Chief, 917-305-3361,
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