Corechange, a provider of e-business access framework software, and Technology Services Group, a technology integration consulting firm specializing in combining content management and Web technologies, are joining forces and going after a growing market: enterprise-class content management products and services. Together, Corechange and TSG will jointly develop a series of Coreport Connectors for the Documentum 4i Content Management platform, which simplifies access to business-critical content for employees, partners and suppliers. With the Connectors, the Coreport 3g access framework will provide secure, targeted and personalized access to Documentum's platform from a portal-based interface, which users can access from a personal computer or wireless device.

``Traditional content management applications and services are not enough for today's enterprises,'' says Corechange Chief Executive Officer Ulf Arnetz. ``They need to have the ability to decide who receives what content and in what context.” Corechange and Technology Services are the first companies to form a joint venture for enterprise class content management—but they won’t be the last. Building portal applications with better content management functionality is a hot e-marketplace development topic and vendors, including BroadVision, Open Market, Vignette and Microsoft, will be looking to build their own alliances, says Current Analysis, a Sterling, Va.- based competitive analysis firm. For more information, please visit

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