Lotus Content Management Potpurri

  • 13-Oct-2001

CMSWatch has noted IBM's strategy of pushing its enterprise CM products while partnering with other Web CM vendors to push DB2 and WebSpehere licenses. Now Lotus announces its "Content Management Solution." A change in strategy? We think not. Look deeper and you'll see that the solution is really an amalgamation of (mostly pre-existing) product and service offerings that gives IBM a Web CM story -- for its existing Domino clients in particular -- without a major investment in new software....
See what you can glean from the Lotus press release

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