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Web Content Management Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2009 to 2015 Product Image

Web Content Management Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2009 to 2015

  • Published: November 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 625 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc

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A new study on Web Content Management software and services. The 2009 study has 625 pages, 215 tables and figures. Web content management is useful to businesses and the enterprise as the Internet becomes a significant retail channel and provides message transport for the supply chain. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the globally integrated enterprise uses systems to build out localized Web e-commerce sites that support a brand in every region. Information integration has led to transformation of batch systems to real time systems. Improved maintenance costs are being achieved using Web content management. People can use information transformation technology that is flexible and can be applied in many different ways. Web content management is a significant aspect of the information transformation.

Web content management markets have grown as more content management is reclassified as more content touches the Web. The Web has become a significant channel for every enterprise. The Web is used to manage the supply chain in many cases. Social media are a large part of Web presence and consume Web content management software capability.

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WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ES-1
Web Content Management Market Driving Forces ES-1
Web Content Management Market Shares ES-4
Web Content Management Market Forecasts ES-6

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENTMARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS:

1. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS 1-1
1.1.1 Web Sites Meet Variety Of Business Objectives 1-3
1.1.2 A Framework Is Critical 1-4
1.1.3 Meeting the Needs of Content Contributors 1-6
1.2 Key Trends in the WCM Market 1-8
1.2.1 Web Content Management Key Market Factors: The Golden Triangle 1-11
1.3 Web Publishing 1-12
1.3.1 Web Publishing Expanding Beyond Marginalized Departmental Sites 1-14
1.4 Enterprise Web Content Management Foundation 1-14
1.4.1 Web Publishing Depends on Improved Security 1-18
1.4.2 Web Content Management System Cultural Collision 1-19
1.4.3 Web Content Management System 1-20
1.5 Security for Web Content Management 1-21
1.5.1 Web Content Management System Cultural Collision 1-21
1.5.2 Web Content Management System 1-22
1.5.3 Master Data Content Management 1-24
1.6 Content Management In Different Size Organizations 1-24
1.6.1 Rapid Product Introductions And Multi-Channel Marketing Campaigns 1-26
Digital Technology Information Sharing For Business Functions 1-27
1.7 Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications 1-27
1.7.1 Web 2.0 Design Patterns 1-29
1.7.2 Data is Next for Web 2.0 1-30
1.7.3 Network Effects 1-30
1.7.4 Collaboration 1-30
1.7.5 Social Networking Heuristics 1-31
1.7.6 Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing 1-32

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS:

2. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS 2-1
2.1 Web Content Management Market Driving Forces 2-1
2.2 Web Content Management Market Shares 2-4
2.2.1 Open Text / RedDot / Vignette 2-7
2.2.2 Open Text RedDot Simplifies Web Content Management 2-7
2.2.3 RedDot, The Open Text Web Solutions Group 2-7
2.2.4 IBM Web Content Model Synchronization Between WBM and WID 2-8
2.2.5 IBM Web Content Management Business Process After Changes 2-9
2.2.6 EMC 2-10
2.2.7 Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 2-12
2.2.8 Oracle Managing Multiple Web Sites 2-12
2.2.9 Oracle Single Solution for Managing All Types of Web Sites 2-13
2.2.10 Autonomy / Interwoven 2-14
2.2.11 EPiServer 2-16
2.2.12 Day Software 2-16
2.2.13 Day Software Customers 2-17
2.2.14 Day Software Leading Force In The Open Source Community 2-17
2.2.15 Joomla 2-17
2.2.16 Fatwire 2-18
2.2.17 Magnolia 2-19
2.2.18 Drupal 2-19
2.2.19 Web Content Management Software License Market Shares 2-20
2.2.20 Web Content Management Shipments Maintenance and Services Market Shares 2-23
2.3 Web Content Management Market Forecasts 2-26
2.3.1 Web Content Management Frameworks 2-29
2.3.2 Content Control Frameworks 2-36
2.3.3 Web 2.0 2-39
2.3.4 Web Content Management Midmarket License Market 2-41
2.3.5 Internet As A Critical Sales, Service And Communications Channel 2-42
2.3.6 Web Site Content Management Services 2-45
2.3.7 Channel and Solution Providers 2-47
2.3.8 Web Content Management WCM Market Rationalizes Components Of Analytics Stacks 2-47
2.3.9 Addressing The Explosion of User Generated Content 2-49
2.4 Content Management Regional Analysis 2-50
2.4.1 Asia Pacific Web Content Management Market 2-52
2.5 Language Translation Market Driving Forces 2-52
2.5.1 Translation Services Depend On Having Excellent Writers 2-53
2.5.2 Multinational Companies Protect The Brand Consistently In Every Market 2-54
2.5.3 Enterprise Global Infrastructure 2-54
2.5.4 Globalization Market Sectors 2-57
2.5.5 Hybrid Machine Translation System 2-58
2.5.6 Disruptive Market Forces 2-58
2.6 Machine Language Translation Market Shares 2-61
2.6.1 Localization Translation Software Market Leading Participants 2-64
2.6.2 Lionbridge 2-64
2.6.3 SDL Trados For Professional Translators 2-66
2.6.4 SDL/ Trados Enterprise Translation Server 2-68
2.6.5 Translations.com 2-68
2.6.6 Translations.com GlobalLink Management System Software 2-69
2.6.7 Symbio Software Development Centers In China, Taiwan and the United States 2-70
2.6.8 Systran Enterprise Hybrid Machine Translation Solution 2-71
2.6.9 Systran Intuitive Coding Technology 2-71
2.6.10 Language Engineering Company LEC Power Translator 2-72
2.6.11 AppTek Hybrid Machine Translation (HMT) System 2-73
2.7 Machine Language Translation Market Forecasts 2-75
2.8 Language Translation By Humans Market Shares 2-77

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

3. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 3-1
3.1 Open Text / Vignette 3-1
3.1.1 Open Text / Red Dot 3-2
3.1.2 Open Text / Red Dot Optimization Services 3-3
3.1.3 Open Text / Red Dot CMS Foundation. 3-4
3.1.4 Open Text / Red Dot Library Services. 3-5
3.1.5 Open Text / Red Dot Web Site Multiple Languages 3-5
3.1.6 Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions 3-5
3.1.7 Open Text / Red Dot Content In Context 3-6
3.1.8 Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions 3-9
3.1.9 Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions for the Social Workplace 3-9
3.1.10 Open Text Web Solutions for Multi-Sites 3-14
3.1.11 Open Text Web Solutions for Multi-Sites for Going Global 3-16
3.1.12 Open Text Web Content Management Brand Awareness 3-21
3.1.13 Open Text Globalization & Localization 3-22
3.1.14 Open Text Web Content Management Solution For Repurposed Content 3-22
3.1.15 Open Text Performance Optimization 3-24
3.1.16 Open Text Web Content Management Systems Implementation 3-25
3.1.17 Open Text RedDot Simplifies Web Content Management 3-26
3.1.18 Open Text RedDot Web Solutions 10 3-26
3.2 IBM Lotus Web Content Management 3-29
3.2.1 IBM SOA for Web Content Management 3-30
3.2.2 IBM Model Synchronization Between WBM and WID 3-32
3.2.3 IBM WebSphere Business Modeler Model 3-36
3.2.4 Make Changes in IBM WebSphere Integration Developer 3-39
3.2.5 IBM Web Content Management Business Process After Changes 3-41
3.2.6 IBM Lotus Web Content Management 3-44
3.2.7 IBM Lotus Web Content Management 3-46
3.2.8 IBM Web Content Management iWidgets Deployment 3-49
3.2.9 IBM Web Content Management LotusLive Engage 3-50
3.2.10 IBM LotusLive Dashboard 3-52
3.2.11 IBM WebSphere Portal Web Content Management 3-55
3.3 EMC 3-55
3.3.1 EMC Brand Management Solutions 3-61
3.4 Microsoft Share Point Web Content Management 3-64
3.4.1 Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Web
Content Management Functions 3-66
3.4.2 Microsoft Business Collaboration Web Content Management Platform 3-68
3.4.3 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Sites 3-69
3.4.4 Microsoft Business Collaboration SharePoint Mobile Access 3-70
3.4.5 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Communities 3-71
3.4.6 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Content 3-72
3.4.7 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Search 3-73
3.4.8 Microsoft Web Based Business Collaboration Platform Business Intelligence Insights 3-74
3.4.9 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Composites 3-75
3.4.10 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Administration 3-77
3.4.11 Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Development 3-78
3.4.12 Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management Repository 3-79
3.4.13 Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management Search Criteria 3-83
3.4.14 Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management Solutions 3-83
3.5 Oracle / Stellent 3-88
3.5.1 Oracle Web Content Management Lowers Integration Costs 3-88
3.5.2 Oracle UCM: Web Content Management 3-88
3.5.3 Oracle / Stellent Web Content Management: 3-90
3.5.4 Oracle’s Multisite Web Content Management Solution 3-92
3.5.5 Oracle Minimize Web Development Costs 3-93
3.5.6 Oracle Web Content Accuracy and Quality 3-93
3.5.7 Oracle Manages Intranet and Web Content 3-97
3.5.8 Oracle Managing Multiple Web Sites 3-101
3.5.9 Oracle Web Content Management Records and Retention Management 3-104
3.5.10 Oracle Single, Unified Architecture for Content Management 3-105
3.5.11 Oracle Single Solution for Managing All Types of Web Sites 3-105
3.6 Autonomy / Interwoven 3-106
3.6.1 Autonomy / Interwoven Addresses The Explosion of User Generated Content 3-108
3.6.2 Autonomy / Interwoven Taps Into the Power of Social Media 3-108
3.6.3 Interwoven Internet Based Brand Awareness Technology 3-112
3.6.4 Autonomy / Interwoven ControlHub™ 3-113
3.6.5 Autonomy / Interwoven Product Architecture 3-113
3.6.6 Autonomy / Interwoven Automation, Control, Compliance 3-114
3.6.7 Interwoven Drives Efficiency 3-114
3.7 FatWire Content Server 3-118
3.7.1 FatWire Content Server Deliver Targeted Content and Promotions 3-120
3.7.2 FatWire Content Server For Driving Content Management Efficiencies 3-126
3.8 Percussion 3-128
3.9 Open Source CMS 3-132
3.10 Joomla! 3-133
3.10.1 Joomla Based On PHP and MySQL 3-136
3.10.2 Joomla User Management 3-136
3.10.3 Joomla Media Manager 3-136
3.10.4 Joomla Language Manager 3-136
3.10.5 Joomla Banner Management 3-137
3.10.6 Joomla Contact Management 3-137
3.10.7 Joomla Polls 3-137
3.10.8 Joomla Search 3-137
3.10.9 Joomla Web Link Management 3-137
3.10.10 Joomla Content Management 3-138
3.10.11 Joomla Syndication and Newsfeed Management 3-138
3.10.12 Joomla Menu Manager 3-138
3.10.13 Joomla Template Management 3-139
3.10.14 Joomla Integrated Help System 3-139
3.10.15 Joomla Web Services 3-141
3.11 Drupal 3-141
3.11.1 GoTwitr Built in Drupal 3-141
3.12 WordPress 3-141
3.13 Alfresco 3-143
3.13.1 Alfresco Contribution By Teams 3-144
3.13.2 Alfresco Low-Cost Commodity Scalability 3-145
3.14 Acquia 3-145
3.14.1 Alfresco CCK - Content Construction Kit 3-147
3.14.2 Alfresco Views & Blocks 3-147
3.14.3 Alfresco Images 3-148
3.15 Sitecore 3-148
3.15.1 Sitecore Makes it Effortless to Create Content and Experience Rich Websites 3-148
3.15.2 Sitecore Online Marketing Suite 3-149
3.15.3 Sitecore Fast Intuitive Editing 3-149
3.15.4 Sitecore Integration Anywhere and Everywhere 3-149
3.15.5 Sitecore Multi-Site Deployment Made Easy 3-150
3.15.6 Sitecore Built to Scale 3-150
3.15.7 Sitecore Google-Friendly URLs Improve Site Rankings Instantly 3-150
3.15.8 Sitecore Rapid Development 3-151
3.15.9 Sitecore or International Companies 3-151
3.15.10 Sitecore asier, Effective Communications 3-151
3.16 EPiServer 3-152
3.16.1 EPiServer Page Type Builder 3-153
3.16.2 Language Translation Web Content Brand Management 3-154
3.16.3 Globalization Software Solutions 3-156
3.17 Lionbridge 3-157
3.17.1 Lionbridge Automating Translation Management and Multilingual Content Management 3-161
3.18 IBM 3-163
3.18.1 IBM - Natural Language Analysis And Translation Project Overview 3-165
3.19 Open Text / Red Dot Language Translation Localization of Web Content Management 3-165
3.20 SDL Trados Bosch Web-Based Portal Solution 3-166
3.20.1 SDL Global Information Management Products 3-170
3.20.2 Web Content Manager - SDL Tridion R5 3-172
3.20.3 SDL Enterprise Class Web Content Management 3-173
3.20.4 SDL Multi-Purpose Web Contnet Management 3-174
3.20.5 SDL Content Creation for Web Publishing 3-175
3.20.6 SDL Intuitive Web site editing with SiteEdit 3-175
3.20.7 SDL / Trados / Idiom 3-177
3.20.8 SDL / Trados / Idiom Translation Services 3-178
3.21 Systran 3-178
3.21.1 Systran Machine Translation (MT) Technology Integrates Multilingual Functionalities 3-179
3.21.2 Systran Intuitive Coding Technology 3-182

WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY:

4. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY 4-1
4.1 Web Content Management Functions 4-1
4.1.1 Blogs 4-1
4.1.2 Wikis 4-1
4.1.3 Markdown 4-2
4.1.4 Forums 4-2
4.1.5 Comments 4-2
4.1.6 Ratings 4-3
4.1.7 RSS Syndication And Aggregation 4-3
4.1.8 Increasing Productivity 4-4
4.1.9 Mitigating Project Risks 4-5
4.1.10 Collaborate On Workspaces 4-5
4.1.11 Invite Members 4-6
4.1.12 Organize Members Into Groups 4-6
4.1.13 Default Settings 4-6
4.1.14 Work With Templates 4-7
4.1.15 Allocate Workspace Dynamically 4-8
4.1.16 Centralize Communications 4-8
4.1.17 Assess Project Risks 4-9
4.2 Identify Assets 4-9
4.2.1 Identify Vulnerabilities 4-10
4.3 SOA Governance Facilitates Change And Information Transformation 4-10
4.3.1 IBM Solutions For Each Phase Of The SOA Service Lifecycle 4-18
4.4 Web 2.0 4-21
4.4.1 AJAX 4-23
4.4.2 Ajax Libraries 4-23
4.4.3 Web Content Manager UI Assessments 4-25
4.4.4 User Interface Customization Scripting 4-25
4.4.5 Form Field Validation 4-26
4.4.6 Content Management Used To Index And Coordinate Unstructured Data 4-26
4.4.7 Lifecycle Control of Content 4-28
4.4.8 Content Management Economic Benefit 4-30
4.5 Eco Systems Drive Web Content Management 4-33
4.5.1 Storage 4-34
4.6 Content Management vs. SOA Integration Implementations 4-35
4.6.1 Standardization Of Interfaces 4-36
4.7 Target Markets 4-37
4.8 Authoring Tool Technology Vendors 4-37
4.9 Collaborative Document Management 4-38
4.9.1 Document Management Collaboration 4-42
4.9.2 Web Marketing Positioning 4-45

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT COMPANY PROFILES:

5. WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY PROFILES 5-1
5.1 Adobe Systems 5-1
5.1.1 Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations 5-2
5.1.2 Adobe Revenue 5-4
5.1.3 Adobe Systems Revenue: 5-4
5.1.4 Adobe Systems Software Tools 5-6
5.1.5 Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary 5-9
5.1.6 Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity 5-10
5.1.7 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products 5-11
5.1.8 Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity 5-11
5.1.9 Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary 5-13
5.1.10 Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy 5-13
5.1.11 Adobe Systems Process Management 5-14
5.1.12 Adobe Systems Content Services 5-15
5.1.13 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise Related Products 5-15
5.2 Alfresco 5-17
5.2.1 Alfresco Team 5-17
5.3 Autonomy / Interwoven 5-18
5.3.1 Autonomy Optimost Information Analytics 5-22
5.3.2 Autonomy Interwoven Corporate Website Customers 5-23
5.3.3 Autonomy Interwoven Website Products 5-26
5.3.4 Autonomy Revenue 5-30
5.4 Day Software 5-33
5.4.1 Day Software Customers 5-33
5.4.2 Day Software Standards Leadership 5-33
5.4.3 Day Software Open Source Leadership 5-34
5.5 Drupal 5-37
5.6 Ektron 5-39
5.7 EMC 5-41
5.7.1 EMC Revenue 5-42
5.7.2 RSA Information Security 5-44
5.7.3 EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography: 5-46
5.7.4 Information Storage Segment 5-46
5.7.5 EMC Symmetrix Systems 5-47
5.7.6 EMC CLARiiON Systems 5-48
5.7.7 EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems 5-48
5.7.8 EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage Systems 5-49
5.7.9 EMC Connectrix Directors and Switches 5-49
5.7.10 EMC Consumer and Small Business Products Division 5-50
5.7.11 EMC /Decho Corporation 5-51
5.7.12 EMC Content Management and Archiving Segment 5-52
5.7.13 EMC RSA Information Security Segment 5-52
5.7.14 EMC Global Services 5-53
5.7.15 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure Segment 5-54
5.7.16 EMC Distribution Channels 5-56
5.7.17 EMC Technology Alliances 5-57
5.8 EPiServer 5-58
5.8.1 About Us 5-58
5.8.2 EPiServer CMS 5-59
5.8.3 EPiServer Revenue 5-60
5.9 Fujitsu 5-60
5.9.1 Fujitsu OSS/NOS 5-61
5.9.2 Fujitsu SOA 5-62
5.9.3 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance 5-63
5.10 Hewlett Packard (HP) 5-64
5.10.1 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA 5-66
5.10.2 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions 5-66
5.10.3 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance 5-66
5.10.4 HP Products and Services Segments 5-68
5.10.5 Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group 5-68
5.10.6 Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers 5-69
5.10.7 Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers 5-69
5.10.8 Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems 5-70
5.10.9 Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers 5-70
5.10.10 HP and Marriott 5-71
5.10.11 HP and Tandberg 5-73
5.10.12 Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant 5-73
5.10.13 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products 5-74
5.10.14 HP Products and Services: Segment Information 5-75
5.10.15 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group 5-75
5.10.16 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers 5-76
5.10.17 HP and Tower Software 5-77
Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context 5-80
5.11 IBM 5-85
5.11.1 IBM Business Partnering Strategy 5-87
5.11.2 IBM Strategic Priorities 5-88
5.11.3 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA 5-89
5.11.4 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients 5-89
5.11.5 IBM Business Model 5-91
5.11.6 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture 5-92
5.11.7 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services 5-93
5.11.8 IBM Revenue 5-95
5.11.9 IBM Q1 2009 Revenue 5-101
5.11.10 IBM Q2 2009 Revenue 5-103
5.11.11 IBM Software Capabilities 5-104
5.11.12 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities 5-105
5.11.13 IBM Worldwide Organizations 5-106
5.11.14 IBM Integrated Supply Chain 5-107
5.11.15 IBM Security 5-108
5.12 Joomla 5-111
5.13 Lionbridge 5-112
5.13.1 Lionbridge Global Language and Content (“GLC”): 5-113
5.13.2 Lionbridge Global Development and Testing (“GDT”): 5-113
5.13.3 Lionbridge Interpretation: 5-114
5.13.4 Lionbridge Language Technology Platform 5-114
5.13.5 LionBridge Positioning Snapshot 5-115
5.13.6 Lionbridge Translation and Localization Services 5-120
5.13.7 Lionbridge Translation Service Delivery 5-121
5.13.8 Lionbridge Localization Methodology 5-121
5.13.9 Lionbridge Services 5-123
5.13.10 Lionbridge Localization Services 5-124
5.13.11 Lionbridge Terminology Management 5-125
5.13.12 Lionbridge Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) And Enterprise Applications 5-128
5.13.13 Lionbridge Technologies Revenue 5-129
5.13.14 Lionbridge Sales And Marketing 5-133
5.13.15 Lionbridge Clients 5-133
5.13.16 Lionbridge Technologies Competition 5-137
5.13.17 Lionbridge Technologies Solution Centers 5-139
5.14 Magnolia 5-144
5.15 Microsoft Corporation 5-147
5.15.1 Microsoft Azure Services Platform 5-148
5.15.2 Microsoft Windows Azure 5-149
5.15.3 Microsoft Live Services 5-150
5.15.4 Microsoft SQL Services 5-150
5.15.5 Microsoft .NET Services 5-150
5.15.6 Microsoft® SharePoint® Services & Dynamics® CRM Services 5-151
5.15.7 Microsoft Revenue Nine Months 2009 5-151
5.15.8 Microsoft Revenue 5-152
5.15.9 Microsoft Segment Revenue 5-153
Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue 5-161
5.15.10 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue 5-163
5.15.11 Microsoft Business Division Revenue 5-166
5.15.12 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division 5-168
5.15.13 Microsoft Competition 5-170
5.15.14 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities 5-171
5.15.15 Microsoft Client Segment 5-173
5.15.16 Microsoft Segments 5-175
5.15.17 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 5-177
5.15.18 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology 5-177
5.15.19 Selected Microsoft Partners 5-178
5.15.20 Microsoft Financials 2008 5-178
5.15.21 Microsoft Software Products 5-179
5.16 Nstein Technologies 5-180
5.16.1 Nstein Strategic Opportunity 5-183
5.16.2 Nstein Clients 5-185
5.16.3 Nstein Revenue 5-186
5.17 Open Text 5-186
5.17.1 RedDot, The Open Text Web Solutions Group 5-187
5.18 Oracle 5-188
5.18.1 Oracle Revenues: 5-191
5.18.2 Oracle / Stellent 5-192
5.19 Percussion 5-193
5.19.1 Percussion Customers 5-193
5.19.2 Percussion Partners 5-194
5.19.3 Percussion Team 5-194
5.20 SDL / Trados 5-195
5.20.1 SDL Customers 5-196
5.20.2 SDL TRADOS Studio 2009 5-199
SDL Translation Technology 5-202
SDL / Idiom 5-203
5.20.3 SDL / Idiom Translation Services 5-205
5.20.4 SDL / Idiom Translators 5-206
5.20.5 SDL / Idiom Multi-Media Studios 5-208
5.20.6 SDL / FreeTranslation.com 5-210
5.20.7 SDL Revenue 5-212
5.21 Sitecore 5-212
5.21.1 Sitecore Customers 5-213
5.21.2 Sitecore Partners 5-213
5.21.3 Sitecore Community 5-213
5.21.4 Sitecore Investors 5-213
5.22 Tibco 5-214
5.22.1 Tibco SOA 5-215
5.22.2 Tibco Business optimization 5-215
5.22.3 Tibco BPM 5-216
5.22.4 Tibco Professional Services 5-216
5.22.5 Tibco Competition 5-217
5.22.6 Tibco Revenue 5-218
5.23 WordPress 5-223
5.23.1 WordPress.org 5-223
5.23.2 WordPress Well-Architectured Personal Publishing System 5-223
5.24 List of Other Selected Web Content Management Companies 5-224

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES:

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

Table ES-1 ES-1
Web Content Server Market Driving Forces
Table ES-1 (Continued) ES-2
Web Content Server Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2 ES-3
Market Advantages of Web Content Servers
Table ES-2 (Continued) ES-4
Market Advantages of Web Content Servers
Figure ES-3 ES-5
Worldwide Web Content Management Software Shipments License, Maintenance, and Services Market Shares, Dollars,
Figure ES-4 ES-7
Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009-2015

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS:

Table 1-1 1-10
Web Content Management Capabilities
Table 1-2 1-12
Factors Impacting Web Content Management
Table 1-3 1-13
Web Publishing Functions
Figure 1-4 1-15
Web Content Management Agile Business Process
Table 1-5 1-17
Web Publishing Functions
Table 1-6 1-24
Content Management Digital Asset Uses

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS:

Table 2-1 2-1
Web Content Server Market Driving Forces
Table 2-1 (Continued) 2-2
Web Content Server Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2 2-3
Market Advantages of Web Content Servers
Table 2-2 (Continued) 2-4
Market Advantages of Web Content Servers
Figure 2-3 2-5
Worldwide Web Content Management Software Shipments License, Maintenance, and Services Market Shares, Dollars,
Table 2-4 2-6
Worldwide Web Content Management Software Shipments License, Maintenance, and Services Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009
Figure 2-5 2-9
Business Process After Changes
Figure 2-6 2-15
Autonomy Top Law Firm Revenue
Figure 2-7 2-21
Web Content Management Shipments License Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009
Table 2-8 2-22
Web Content Management Shipments License Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009
Figure 2-9 2-24
Web Content Management Shipments Maintenance and Services Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009
Figure 2-10 2-25
Web Content Management Shipments Maintenance and Services Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009
Figure 2-11 2-27
Web Content Management License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Table 2-12 2-28
Web Content Management License and Services, Market Forecasts, Enterprise and Midmarket, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Table 2-13 2-29
Content Management Framework Modules
Table 2-14 2-31
Web Content Management Driving Forces
Table 2-15 2-32
Competitive Aspects In The Web Content Management Industry
Table 2-16 2-34
Web Content Management Functions
Table 2-16 (Continued) 2-35
Web Content Management Functions
Figure 2-17 2-37
Web Content Management Enterprise License Market
Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Figure 2-18 2-38
Web Content Management Enterprise Market Forecasts,
Units, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Figure 2-19 2-41
Web Content Management Midmarket License Market
Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Figure 2-20 2-42
Web Content Management Mid Market Forecasts, Units,
Worldwide, 2009-2015
Table 2-21 2-43
Web 2.0 Internet Content Management Benefits
Figure 2-22 2-46
Web Content Management Services Market Forecasts,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2009-2015
Figure 2-23 2-50
Regional Web Content Management Segments,
First Three Quarters 2009
Figure 2-24 2-51
Regional Web Content Management Segments,
First Three Quarters 2009
Table 2-25 2-55
Localization Translation Market Driving Forces
Table 2-25 (Continued) 2-56
Localization Translation Market Driving Forces
Table 2-26 2-57
Enterprise Market Sectors Needing Translation
Table 2-27 2-60
Software Translation Market Disruptive Market Forces
Figure 2-28 2-62
Language Translation License Market Shares, Worldwide,
First Three Quarters 2009
Table 2-29 2-63
Machine Language Translation License, Maintenance, and
Software Services Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide,
First Three Quarters 2009
Table 2-30 2-65
Lionbridge Localization Solution Functions
Figure 2-31 2-76
Machine Language Translation Market Forecasts, License,
Maintenance, and Services, Worldwide, Dollars, 2009-2015
Table 2-32 2-77
Machine Language Translation Market Forecasts,
Worldwide, Units and Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-33 2-79
Language Translation Services Market Shares,
Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009
Table 2-33 2-81
Language Translation Services Market Shares, Dollars,
Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Table 3-1 3-2
Open Text Web Solution Functions
Table 3-2 3-3
Open Text / Red Dot Web 2.0 Positioning
Table 3-3 3-8
Open Text / Red Dot Web Experience Delivery Functions
Table 3-4 3-10
Open Text / Red Dot Systems that Support Work Across Siloed Infrastructure
Table 3-5 3-11
Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions for the Social Marketplace
Table 3-6 3-12
Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions Features
Table 3-7 3-13
Open Text / Red Dot Web Solutions Functions
Table 3-8 3-15
Open Text / Red Dot Web Site Localization Features
Table 3-8 (Continued) 3-16
Open Text / Red Dot Web Site Localization Features
Table 3-9 3-18
Open Text Web Solutions for Microsoft Features
Figure 3-10 3-19
Open Text Web Solutions for Microsoft Features
Table 3-11 3-20
Open Text Public Facing Web Sites
Table 3-12 3-20
Open Text Intranets
Table 3-13 3-21
Open Text Extranets
Table 3-14 3-23
Open Text Web Content Management Business
Scenario Requirements
Table 3-15 3-24
Open Text Performance Optimization Functions
Table 3-16 3-27
Open Text RedDot Web Solutions 10 Benefits
Table 3-16 (Continued) 3-28
Open Text RedDot Web Solutions 10 Benefits
Figure 3-17 3-28
Open Text RedDot CMS Static And Dynamic
Publishing Models
Table 3-18 3-30
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Search Capabilities
Figure 3-19 3-34
IBM Closed Cycle Web Content Management Model
Table 3-20 3-35
IBM Web Content Stepwise Scenario Management
Table 3-20 (Continued) 3-36
IBM Web Content Stepwise Scenario Management
Figure 3-21 3-37
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Assembly Diagram
Figure 3-22 3-38
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Business Process
Figure 3-23 3-39
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Business Object BO1
Figure 3-24 3-40
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Business Object after Modification
Table 3-25 3-41
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Task interface
Figure 3-26 3-42
WebSphere Web Content Management Integration
Developer Business Process After Changes
Table 3-27 3-44
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Features
Table 3-27 (Continued) 3-45
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Features
Table 3-28 3-46
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Benefits
Table 3-29 3-47
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Benefits
Table 3-30 3-48
IBM Web Content Management Key Components
Table 3-31 3-49
IBM Web Content Management iWidgets Deployment Steps
Table 3-32 3-50
IBM Web Content Management System Supports
Selecting The Widget Type and Source
Table 3-33 3-51
IBM Web Content Management LotusLive Engage services
Figure 3-34 3-53
IBM LotusLive Engage Dashboard
Table 3-35 3-54
IBM Lotus Web Content Management Dashboard Items:
Table 3-36 3-56
EMC WCM Capabilities Include Documentum Modules
Table 3-37 3-57
EMC Documentum Interactive Accelerated
Delivery Services Benefits
Table 3-38 3-59
EMC Documentum Content Server Products
Table 3-38 (Continued) 3-60
EMC Documentum Content Server Products
Table 3-39 3-62
EMC Brand Management Solutions Key Benefits
Table 3-40 3-63
EMC Web Content Management Solutions Key Benefits
Table 3-41 65
Microsoft Share Point Web Content Management Functions
Table 3-42 3-67
Microsoft Business Collaboration Platform Categories of Function
Figure 3-43 3-69
Microsoft Business Collaboration Server
Table 3-44 3-80
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management
Repository Functions
Table 3-45 3-81
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content List Functions
Table 3-45 (Continued) 3-82
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content List Functions
Table 3-46 3-85
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management Features
Table 3-47 3-86
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management Capabilities
Table 3-48 3-87
Microsoft SharePoint Web Content Management
Business Connectivity Services,
Table 3-49 3-89
Oracle UCM: Web Content Management Benefits
Table 3-50 3-90
Oracle / Stellent Web Content Management
Automated Template Driven Site Creation
Table 3-51 3-91
Oracle Universal Content Management: Web
Content Management Key Features
Table 3-52 3-92
Oracle Universal Content Management: Web C
ontent Management Key Benefits
Table 3-52 3-96
Oracle Web Content Management Universal
Content Management Key Advantages:
Table 3-53 3-99
Oracle / Stellent Web Content Management Touchpoints
As An Aspect Of Business Strategy
Table 3-54 3-100
Oracle / Stellent Web Content Management Multisite
Applications Business Strategy
Table 3-55 3-102
OracleWeb Content Management of Multiple Web Sites
Table 3-55 (continued) 3-103
OracleWeb Content Management of Multiple Web Sites
Table 3-56 3-105
Oracle Single, Unified Architecture for Content Management
Table 3-57 3-107
Autonomy / Interwoven Web Social Media Analysis
Table 3-58 3-110
Autonomy / Interwoven Social Media Analysis Functions
Table 3-59 3-111
Autonomy / Interwoven Social Media Management Functions
Table 3-59 (Continued) 3-112
Autonomy / Interwoven Social Media Management Functions
Table 3-60 3-115
Interwoven Composite Application Provisioning
(CAP) Solution Technical Specifications
Table 3-61 3-116
Interwoven Composite Application Provisioning
(CAP) Solution Key features
Table 3-62 3-117
Interwoven Composite Application Provisioning
(CAP) Solution Architecture
Table 3-63 3-119
FatWire Products
Table 3-64 3-121
FatWire Content Server Functions
Table 3-65 3-122
FatWire Content Server Dash Interface Designed
For Business Users
Table 3-66 3-123
FatWire Content Server Functions
Table 3-67 3-127
FatWire Content Server Features
Table 3-67 (Continued) 3-128
FatWire Content Server Features
Figure 3-68 3-129
Percussion Product Capabilities
Table 3-69 3-131
Percussion Web Content Management Functions
Table 3-69 (Continued) 3-132
Percussion Web Content Management Functions
Table 3-70 3-133
Joomla Web Content Management Types Of System
Table 3-71 3-134
Web sites That Use Joomla:
Table 3-72 3-135
Core Joomla Framework Systems To Be Built
Table 3-73 3-140
Joomla Web Content Management System Features
Figure 3-74 3-142
WordPress State-Of-The-Art Publishing Platform
Figure 3-75 3-143
Alfresco Open Source Web Content Management
Figure 3-76 3-144
Alfresco Surf platform
Table 3-77 3-146
Acquia Drupal Features
Figure 3-78 3-152
Sitecore User Interface
Table 3-79 3-155
Language Translation Software Positioning
Table 3-80 3-156
Language Translation Content Positioning
Table 3-81 3-157
Leading Enterprise Organizations Use Of Localization Solutions
Table 3-82 3-158
Lionbridge Localization Solution Functions
Table 3-83 3-160
Lionbridge Freeway™ Hosted Technology Platform
Table 3-84 3-161
Lionbridge Freeway Functionality Exposed Via Web Services
Table 3-85 3-162
Lionbridge Use of Web Services Simplifies Translation Process
Table 3-86 3-164
IBM WebSphere® Translation Server
Table 3-87 3-167
SDL Trados/ Bosch Web-Based Portal Solution Challenges
Table 3-88 3-168
SDL Trados Bosch Web-Based Portal Solution Elements
Table 3-89 3-169
SDL Trados Bosch Web-Based Portal Solution Benefits
Table 3-90 3-170
SDL Global Information Management Products Complex Processes
Figure 3-91 3-172
SDL Enterprise-Ready Web Content Management
Table 3-92 3-173
SDL Enterprise Class Web Content Management
Table 3-93 3-177
Idiom ® WorldServer™ Positioned As Globalization
Software Solution Components
Table 3-94 3-180
Systran Machine Translation (MT) Technology Features
Table 3-95 3-181
Systran Machine Translation (MT) Technology Applications
Table 3-96 3-182
List Of Industry Specialized Dictionaries Developed By Systran:

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT TECHNOLOGY:

Table 4-1 4-4
Web Content Management Functions
Table 4-2 4-12
SOA Governance Framework Aspects
Table 4-3 4-12
SOA Governance Framework
Figure 4-4 4-13
SOA Governance Vitality Method (SGVM)
Figure 4-5 4-14
SGMM Maturity Model Domains And Capabilities
Figure 4-6 4-15
IBM Model to Assemble, Deploy, Manage SOA
Governance lifecycle Support of SOA Governance
Table 4-7 4-16
IBM SOA Governance Enabling Tools:
Table 4-7 (Continued) 4-17
IBM SOA Governance Enabling Tools:
Table 4-7 (Continued) 4-18
IBM SOA Governance Enabling Tools:
Table 4-8 4-24
AJAX Aspects
Table 4-9 4-27
Web Content Management Technologies
Table 4-10 4-28
Lifecycle Requirements For Controlling Content
Table 4-11 4-31
Key Mission Of Web Content Management
Table 4-12 4-32
Web Content Management Architecture
Table 4-13 4-38
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-13 (Continued) 4-39
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-13 (Continued) 4-40
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-13 (Continued) 4-41
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-13 (Continued) 4-42
Collaborative Document Management Functions
Table 4-14 4-43
Document Management Collaboration Modules
Table 4-15 4-44
Document Management Collaboration Module Features
Table 4-15 (Continued) 4-45
Document Management Collaboration Module Features

WEB CONTENT MANGEMENT COMPANY PROFILES:

Table 5-1 5-19
Autonomy Information Technology Positioning
Table 5-2 5-20
Autonomy Information Meaning Based Marketing
Figure 5-3 5-20
Autonomy Interwoven Meaning Based Marketing
Table 5-4 5-21
Autonomy Information Marketing Benefits
Figure 5-5 5-24
Autonomy Interwoven Major Brands Adopting Systems
Figure 5-6 5-25
Autonomy Interwoven Customers
Figure 5-7 5-26
Autonomy Interwoven OEM Partners
Table 5-8 5-27
Autonomy Interwoven Web Content Management Functions
Table 5-9 5-29
Autonomy Interwoven Modules
Figure 5-10 5-30
Autonomy Revenue Q2 2009
Figure 5-11 5-31
Autonomy Revenue
Figure 5-12 5-32
Autonomy Revenue Discussion
Table 5-13 5-36
Day Software Open Source Contributions
Table 5-14 5-37
Drupal Applications Positioning
Table 5-15 5-38
Drupal Built-In Functionality
Table 5-16 5-39
Ektron Web Site Functions
Table 5-17 5-62
Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 5-18 5-64
Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-19 5-65
Hewlett Packard Product and Services Positioning
Table 5-20 5-74
Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
Table 5-21 5-80
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
Table 5-22 5-81
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
Table 5-23 5-82
Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
Table 5-24 5-84
Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
Figure 5-25 5-87
IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
Table 5-26 5-88
IBM Strategic Priorities
Figure 5-27 5-115
LionBridge Positioning Snapshot
Figure 5-28 5-116
Lionbridge Language Services Industry Structure
Figure 5-29 5-117
LionBridge Large Scale Contracts
Figure 5-30 5-118
LionBridge Macro Market Trends
Figure 5-31 5-119
LionBridge Global Mobile Workforce
Table 5-32 5-120
Lionbridge Industries Served
Table 5-33 5-122
Lionbridge Production Process Deliverables
Table 5-34 5-123
Lionbridge Services:
Table 5-35 5-124
LQS Functions
Table 5-36 5-125
Lionbridge Terminology Management Identifying, Capturing, and Deploying This Unique Terminology
Table 5-37 5-126
Lionbridge Globalization Audits Address:
Table 5-38 5-127
Lionbridge Cultural Assessments Elements:
Table 5-39 5-128
Lionbridge ROI
Table 5-40 5-134
Lionbridge Clients Who Purchased More Than $2.0 Million In Services In 2008
Table 5-40 (Continued) 5-135
Lionbridge Clients Who Purchased More Than $2.0 Million In Services In 2008
Figure 5-41 5-136
LionBridge Client Base
Table 5-42 5-138
Lionbridge Competitors
Table 5-43 5-140
Lionbridge Technologies Principal Operational Facilities
Table 5-43 (Continued) 5-141
Lionbridge Technologies Principal Operational Facilities
Table 5-43 (Continued) 5-142
Lionbridge Technologies Principal Operational Facilities
Figure 5-44 5-143
Summary of Lionbridge Revenue By Geographical Region
Table 5-45 5-145
Magnolia Content Management Systems Features
Table 5-46 5-146
Magnolia Software Capabilities
Table 5-47 5-171
Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
Figure 5-48 5-181
Nstein Technologies Revenue
Table 5-49 5-182
Nstein Revenue
Table 5-50 5-184
Nstein Solutions
Table 5-51 5-185
Nstein Clients
Table 5-52 5-192
Oracle / Stellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software Solutions 192
Table 5-53 5-193
Percussion Customers
Table 5-54 5-197
SDL Customers
Table 5-54 (Continued) 5-198
SDL Customers
Table 5-55 5-200
SDL Trados Studio 2009 Features
Table 5-56 5-201
SDL Trados Studio 2009 Functions
Table 5-56 (Continued) 5-202
SDL Trados Studio 2009 Functions
Table 5-57 5-204
SDL Products And Services
Table 5-58 5-205
SDL / Idiom Linguistic Services
Table 5-58 (Continued) 5-206
SDL / Idiom Linguistic Services
Table 5-59 5-208
SDL Primary Localization Tools
Table 5-60 5-209
SDL Multi-Media Studio Functions
Table 5-61 5-210
Types of SDL Multimedia Projects
Table 5-62 5-224
WordPress Customers

Market Leaders:

- IBM
- EMC
- Microsoft Corporation
- Open Text
- Lionbridge
- Oracle
- SDL / Trados / Idiom
- Autonomy / Interwoven

Market Participants:

- Adobe Systems
- Alfresco
- Day Software
- Drupal
- Ektron
- EPiServer
- Fujitsu
- Hewlett Packard (HP)
- Joomla
- Magnolia
- Nstein Technologies
- Percussion
- Sitecore
- Tibco
- WordPress

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