Interwoven takes off with Qantas

Interwoven takes off with Qantas

US-based Web based content management vendor Interwoven has launched itself on to the Australian market and is in the market for channel partners.

The company is already in negotiations with a local integrator, having already hit the ground running with the first local implementation of its TeamSite offering.

Interwoven regional manager for Australia and New Zealand, Kyle McManus, said he's looking for local web development partners that work in a variety of sectors.

"We are not so much focusing on vertical markets because TeamSite can be applied to any enterprise internet or intranet development requirements." Qantas is the first cab of the rank, using TeamSite to design its new web site that allows for simultaneous updates and modifications without interrupting site transmission, eliminating downtime.

McManus told ARN Qantas was typical of the sorts of end-users that would benefit from the product. He said the company's products stand to capitalise on increasing interest in e-commerce, B2B and B2C environments.

The company has now branched out into e-commerce from what was initially purely a content management background. "TeamSite was not specifically designed with e-commerce in mind," McManus said. "It was designed to provide an efficient Web based management tool, so it is very well suited to e-commerce web-based environments."

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