ImageSource® Awards Customer Partners for Innovative ECM Solutions

theme imageImageSource recently announced the winners of the 2011 Nexus Customer Partner Awards. The winners all show exceptional and innovative ways of utilizing Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technologies and include San Jose State University, ESCO Corporation and Mira Costa College.

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ImageSource Achieves Fourth Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialization for Public Sector

ImageSource is approved for their fourth Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialization achieving the Public Sector Knowledge Zone. This distinction highlights a partner’s ability to focus on serving the information and technology needs of the public sector, with a powerful combination of technology and comprehension.

The Public Sector Specialization recognizes Partners that have demonstrated their ability drawn from Oracle’s portfolio of software and hardware solutions to solve unique public sector needs. ImageSource achieved the Public Sector specialization though testing that demonstrated an understanding of Government technology challenges and through validated solutions and customer references.

As a leading integrator for Enterprise Content Management technologies, ImageSource has been providing business efficiencies tools for the public sector since 1995. With extensive ECM experience in city, county and state governments, solutions include imaging and document management, records management, web-content management, workflow solutions, Higher Educaiton solutions, agenda management and much more.

The three previous specializations ImageSource earned were Enterprise Content Management, Service Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Manager.  We are proud to add another specialization to our achievements in the Oracle PartnerNetwork Knowledge Zones and continue working on additional designations.  We look forward to announcing their completion in near future.

Debbie Horton
ImageSource
Communications Director

ImageSource Achieves Third Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialization for Enterprise Manager

ImageSource is approved for their third Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialization achieving the Enterprise Manager Knowledge Zone. This distinction focuses on the use of Enterprise Manager to manage and monitor the Oracle technology stack. Oracle Enterprise Manager’s unique top-down approach to application management enables organizations to reduce complexity and increase efficiencies in their IT environments and optimally run their enterprise applications.

Oracle Specializations are designed to recognize distinguished Partners that have experience and knowledge in one or more product pillars. ImageSource achieved the Enterprise Manager specialization by showing proficiency with the product though testing in sales, support and implementation. Validated solutions and customer references required, demonstrate ImageSource’s expertise in Oracle WebCenter Content and as a leading integrator for Enterprise Content Management technologies. The two previous specializations ImageSource earned were for Enterprise Content Management and Service Oriented Architecture.

We are proud to add another specialization to our achievements in the Oracle PartnerNetwork Knowledge Zones and are currently working on two additional designations.  We look forward to announcing their completion in near future.

Debbie Horton
ImageSource
Communications Director

Vote to See These Valuable ImageSource Presentations at OpenWorld

ImageSource has proposed 3 presentation ideas for Oracle OpenWorld. Please take the time to go to the Oracle Mix website and vote for the ImageSource presentations.

Best Practices for Upgrading to Oracle IPM 11g
This session will explore opportunities for organizations looking to upgrade to Oracle IPM 11g. Expert integrators who have worked with this product from its inception will examine best practices when moving to 11g. We’ll explore how IPM 11g offers a true platform for enterprise deployments. Learn the best way to transition, how you can still use SQL databases and about exciting new features. Explore the extensible architecture, the BPM platform and understand how the open integration to MANY lines of business applications, in a loosely-coupled manner is a good change from the hard coded integration of the past & how it will affect future upgrades.

The Future Direction of ECM – Oracle IPM 11g
The speculation is over and Oracle IPM 11g is upon us. Independent expert integrators will present a case study example on a new implementation and explore how IPM 11g offers a true platform for enterprise deployments. Discover the best way to transition, how you can still use SQL databases and about exciting new features like wizards, searches, inputs & connections to external data sources. Explore why an extensible architecture benefits multiple business processes and how the BPM platform simplifies the implementation of workflow. Understand why the open integration to MANY lines of business applications, in a loosely-coupled manner is a good change from the hard coded integration of the past & how it will affect future upgrades.

Oracle ECM in Higher Ed – Conquering Registration, Transcripts & Financial Aid
Universities are experiencing an explosion of information. The need to control it, even leverage it, has never been greater. From registration to transcripts to financial aid and more, today’s students expect online services and electronic forms facilitating faster decisions and timely responses. This session will explore how Oracle Enterprise Content Management allows institutions to optimize specific, departmental business processes while providing a common platform for all information processes across the enterprise. Higher Ed experts will show how Oracle ECM provides a reliable way for all departments to securely access the same, current, accurate information.

You must become an Oracle Mix member to vote. Please sign up and vote to see ImageSource present at OpenWorld.

To vote:

  1. Click on this link: https://mix.oracle.com/
  2. Register as an Oracle Mix member
  3. Go to the right side of the screen and link on “Suggest A Session 2010”
  4. Sort by title
  5. You must vote for at least three sessions for your vote to count. Please vote for the above three presentations.

Debbie Horton
ImageSource
Communications Director