ITBrix’s WordFrame Community Platform covers blogging, wikis, RSS feed aggregation, document management and social networking, using standard Microsoft technologies.
WordFrame Community Platform v1.0 is the first step towards ITBrix’s bigger goal of creating WordFrame Enterprise, which will be a completely new and unique Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Web Content Management (WCM) solution for large and medium size commercial organizations. ITBrix is headquartered in Colorado, USA, with offices in the UK and an impressive development and support centre in Bulgaria.
As well as WordFrame, the team has extensive web development experience including a Content Management System (CMS), internal collaboration software, financial applications, online mail management and forum software applications currently used by over 15,000 customers.
ITBrix is the US sales and investment arm of ConsultCommerce. ConsultCommerce is a software development company established and operational since 1995, focusing on enterprise 2.0 solutions for group collaboration and web content management.
|Launch Date||February 22, 2008|
|Tags||social-media, social-media-application, collaboration-software, social-networking, blogs, wiki, rss, rss-aggregator, corporate-blogging, content-management, online-publishing, ecm, wcm, enterprise-content-management, web-content-management, blogging|
WordFrame is at the forefront of a new breed of business communication and social networking tools that include blogs, wikis, people profiles, professional connections, the use of RSS feeds, group messaging and document management which are now known, collectively, as Enterprise 2.0. WordFrame provides a single, secure social media platform that combines all of these technologies into a web publishing and collaboration environment that is designed to help you build better web communities.
More agile, lightweight web 2.0 tools like WordFrame can take the place of traditional, structured intranets, shared drives, knowledge management and e-mail based systems or expensive and time-consuming development projects. They can help break down the boundaries, compress hierarchies, reduce the friction of information flow, and in so doing unlock value with increased innovation and productivity.