Collaborative content management platforms and portal technology are closely linked together. Portals are used to singularly provide access to applications and other tools, which is similar to how collaborative content management platforms work by allowing users to access the same content and tools as each other without interfering with each others’ work. It does not come as a surprise that Rivet Logic, a consulting and systems integration firm specializing in open source content management, collaboration, and social business solutions, has announced through PR Web that “Rivet Logic Announces Sponsorship at Liferay North American Symposium.” Liferay is a leader in open source portal solutions and has created the conference to share information with its users and developers. The Liferay North American Symposium will feature Liferay’s executives and architects for questions, keynote speakers, networking opportunities workshops, and expert sessions.
Liferay is happy to be working with Rivet Logic:
‘Rivet Logic is proud to be a Platinum sponsor at the Liferay North America Symposium,’ said Mike Vertal, President and CEO of Rivet Logic. ‘We look forward to offering our expert knowledge and experience in open source enterprise-grade content management and collaboration solutions at this exciting event for the Liferay community and user base.
‘We are happy to welcome Rivet Logic to this important gathering of technology innovators and influencers in open source,’ said Brian Kim, Chief Operating Officer for Liferay. ‘We look forward to continuing to work with Rivet Logic in providing top-notch products and services to Liferay users in North America and around the world.’
Collaborative content platforms and portal technology goes hand in hand with search technology. These two teamed with a powerful open source based search solution, such as those created by LucidWorks, would be leaders in any open source enterprise solution challenge.
Whitney Grace, September 21, 2012