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06/08/2010 01:30 pm

Enterprise Content Management Vendor Nuxeo Named to VARGuy Open Source 50 Leader List

Recognized with RedHat, Canonical, Acquia and other Innovators in Open Source Channel Programs

BOSTON, June 8, 2010—Nuxeo, the Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) company, today announced that it has been named to The Open Source 50, which ranks the top open source channel programs, and recognized as one of the top 25 open source companies embracing the IT channel.

The Open Source 50, an annual survey by Nine Lives Media and IT channel site TheVARGuy.com, evaluates variables such as the size, influence and annual growth of the partner ecosystem, as well as the percent of revenue derived from channel partners. Included on the list for the first time, Nuxeo is pleased join other open source companies with strong channel programs.

Nuxeo’s Galaxy Partner Program includes global partners comprised of systems integrators, consultants and solutions providers who build content-centric applications on the open source Nuxeo Enterprise Platform (Nuxeo EP).
Recent successes include Galaxy partner metaLogic, offering email capture and content management applications for industries such as construction, manufacturing and insurance. metaLogic recently released Lotus Notes IMT for Nuxeo ECM, a new solution for Lotus Notes customers looking to migrate from Domino Document Manager or integrate Notes and Domino applications to the Nuxeo open source ECM platform.
Galaxy partner Carnegie Technology Associates (CTA) offers a life sciences ECM system based on the Nuxeo platform. CTA’s application handles the onerous content management requirements that the highly regulated biotech, pharmaceutical and medical research markets face.
"We expect 2010 to continue to be an exciting time for open source ECM and we recognize that our channel program is a major part of our mission to bring meaningful content management applications to enterprise customers,” said Eric Barroca, CEO of Nuxeo. “Nuxeo is honored by this recognition and is committed to working closely with our Galaxy partners to accelerate adoption of the Nuxeo platform. Our application partners are especially important right now, helping open up new markets by wrapping their domain expertise around our software. This is great timing, as Nuxeo will be announcing an exciting range of new alliances over the coming weeks.”
To learn more about becoming a Nuxeo partner, go to http://www.nuxeo.com/en/partners. A free 30-page report from TheVARGuy.com is available upon registration at http://www.thevarguy.com/the-open-source-50/. It includes analysis of the open source IT channel, a close look at each of The Open Source 50 companies, key channel chiefs you need to know, and specific partner program initiatives at all 50 companies.
About Nuxeo 
Nuxeo delivers an open source document management application built with a complete, modular and extensible open source platform for enterprise content management. Other packaged applications built with the platform provide solutions for digital asset management and case management. Designed by developers for developers, the Nuxeo Enterprise Platform offers modern technologies, unmatched modularity, a powerful plug-in model and extensive packaging capabilities. Using a fully open source development model, Nuxeo provides a subscription program with software maintenance, technical support and customization tools. Nuxeo ECM is trusted by 1000+ organizations across 145 countries, including Cengage Learning, Pearson Education, AFP News Agency, EllisDon and Jeppesen, a Boeing Company. Nuxeo is dual-headquartered in North America (Boston) and Western Europe (Paris). More information is available at www.nuxeo.com.
Sarah Conway
Clement Communications

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