Gulfweb releases SPS-based document management solution

Kollabria image management solution is first part of package solution from portal specialists

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By  Mark Sutton Published  January 22, 2002

Knowledge management specialists Gulfweb launched its new document imaging solution this week at InfoConnect 2002. The Kollabria imaging solution is the first part in a complete knowledge management solution package from Gulfweb, that is designed for Microsoft’s SharePoint Portal Server (SPS), that will allow companies to better manage and share internal information.

“At Gulfweb International, we are very excited by the opportunities that SharePoint Portal Server presents for our customers,” said Moubine Nsouli, eDivision manager at Gulfweb International. “Our enterprise integration skills coupled with the product, will help customers manage their legacy papers and faxes and to easily capture, share, and publish information.”

GulfWeb will offer a packaged, turnkey solution, including software, hardware and consultancy services to enterprise customers, initially in Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar. The package will allow customers to integrate information sources such as fax, email, images and other documents, and share them throughout the enterprise using SPS. Kuwait City-based Gulfweb is a Microsoft Certified Partner (MCP) and one of Microsoft’s biggest development partners in the portal development field in the Gulf.

“As one of Microsoft's principal development partners in the Gulf, Gulfweb International will play a key role in the deployment of SharePoint Portal Server based solutions for both Enterprise and SMB customers, by leveraging key components and services that they have developed internally,” said Ali Dalloul, Microsoft country manager for Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar at Microsoft Gulf.

“On the enterprise end, we see significant demands for such services in the government, oil, manufacturing, telco and financial services as well as within the SMB segment, wherever there is an excess of information that can be transformed into valuable knowledge for people to capture, share and leverage from in order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their organizations,” he said.

“For organisations to achieve this, Microsoft provides a robust technology platform that includes SharePoint Portal Server working together with Exchange 2000 for messaging and collaboration and Windows 2000 for system infrastructure,” added Dalloul. “Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server, in conjunction with Kollabria Knowledge Management Server, will extend the capabilities of both Exchange 2000 and Windows 2000 by offering knowledge workers a powerful new way to easily capture, organize, find, and share information effectively using document management, content searching, and team collaboration features.”

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