Vice-President of the EU, Neelie Kroes with Marc Kleine, Head of Pre-Sales, and Joern Bodemann, CEO e-Spirit (f.l.t.r.)
Dortmund/Hannover, March 06, 2012 – On Tuesday, the Vice-President of the European Commission with responsibility for the Digital Agenda for Europe, Neelie Kroes, visited the stand of e-Spirit AG, producer of the content management system (CMS) FirstSpirit. At the stand Ms Kroes watched a live demo of the high-end CMS, whose outstanding properties are easy integration of best-of-breed technologies and enterprise portals. The EU Vice-President was particularly interested in the FirstSpirit AppCenter, with which virtually any web and desktop application can be quickly and easily integrated into the CMS, regardless of whether online image databases, geolocation, video technology, e-mail and web analysis services or office documents such as Google Docs for joint editing. “This integratability, unique in the market, enables companies to use cloud services intelligently and efficiently on a central interface”, said Jörn Bodemann, CEO of e-Spirit AG. “We are pleased that the reputation of FirstSpirit as an outstanding content Integration Platform has reached Brussels.” Apart from e-Spirit, only a few selected firms were scheduled to be visited by the EU Vice-President.
Neelie Kroes is responsible for the promotion, continued development and distribution of information and communication technologies at European level and used her CeBIT visit to find out about innovative developments in the ICT sector. e-Spirit AG, founded in 1999, is the technology leader in web content management (WCM) and now has eleven locations in Germany, Great Britain, Austria, Switzerland and the USA. At the CeBIT, which runs until March 10, the producer will be presenting itself in on Stand G 26 in Hall 6.
As the manufacturer of the content management system FirstSpirit?, e-Spirit is a technological leader in the field of web content management (WCM). Well-known customers from all business sectors rely on FirstSpirit? for implementing successful web strategies worldwide and for the creation, management and publication of content in highly diverse channels (Internet, intranet, extranet, mobile channels, PDF, email newsletters, portals, DTP, technical documentation). The content management system impresses with its outstanding integratability and its consistent best-of-breed strategy: It integrates seamlessly into complex system landscapes and portals (SAP NetWeaver, IBM WebSphere, Microsoft SharePoint, Liferay), and with FirstSpirit? AppCenter, e-Spirit offers the unique opportunity in the market for interface integration of any web applications directly into the CMS. As a content integration platform, FirstSpirit? meets the highest demands for usability, performance and investment security.
e-Spirit was founded in 1999. It is a part of the adesso Group and is represented with 11 locations in Germany, the United States, Great Britain, Austria and Switzerland. www.e-Spirit.com
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