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A History of Woe Woe to the old customers of Interwoven. First their vendor got sold into a pathologically destructive firm in Autonomy, then reluctantly adopted by behemoth HP after an ugly and litigious acquisition, then calved off into near oblivion with the HP printer group. And now, finally, sold to erstwhile competitor OpenText, in a deal expected to close in Q4.
TeamSite was innovative during its first decade and might have had some useful future in a world that increasingly wants "headless" WCM architectures, but the underlying codebase was too old and creaky to support more modern digital ambitions.
OpenText is capable of innovating in some areas mostly notably document management , and has some interesting tools across its vast portfolio. With this acquisition OpenText also picks up from HP a contact center platform for heavily-regulated environments Qfiniti and some augmented reality technology Aurasma , among others.
The most important thing to understand, though, is that as a vendor OpenText is a financial construct in search of a technology rationale. The company follows a "roll-up" strategy: purchasing older tools for their maintenance revenue streams, streams which — while not always large — are almost always very profitable. Previously the company acquired and expired three other WCM tools. But the issue here is not product overlap now that TeamSite and MediaBin have come aboard; such overlaps persist across the OpenText portfolio.
No, the real story here is that after prolonged illness, the Interwoven toolset has finally found a decent hospice. Just understand it will be palliative care, with no emergency life-saving measures. We understand. See what truly critical vendor evaluations look like.
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TeamSite is a content management software CMS for enterprise business that was developed by a vendor called Interwoven , that started off from in the USA head office in and now a company global organisation in many countries providing content management solutions to business clients. The basic development cycle includes: Assign: a new task involving content creation and assigning that task to a person. Edit: Content is edited and tested by a content contributor. Review: Content is reviewed by a reviewer with possible rejection and recycle the process.
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Part 3 - Installing OpenDeploy Prerequiste Ensure that the server that will have OpenDeploy install meets the system requirement according to the release note. Click here for further instructions. Ensure that NO other windows application is using RMI registry port , because OpenDeploy will by default uses port and will need to run this port alone. There will be conflict issues if other non-Interwoven product uses port