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Ektron schließt mit Gentics Software GmbH OEM-Vertrag über die Integrierung des Aloha Editors in Ektron CMS ab

- Bietet Ektron-basierten Websites die weltweit fortschrittlichste HTML5 browserbasierte WYSIWYG-Editierung von Inhalten

NASHUA, New Hampshire und Wien, 16. Januar 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ektron gab heute den Abschluss eines OEM-Vertrags mit Gentics Software GmbH, dem Entwickler des Aloha Editors bekannt. Nach den Bestimmungen des Vertrags erhält Ektron ein begrenztes Exklusivrecht für die Verteilung des Ektron Content Management Systems mit dem Aloha Editor, einem HTML5-basierten WYSIWYG Content Editor der Weltklasse.

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„Ektrons OEM-Vertrag mit Gentics bietet Ektron-basierten Websites beispiellose WYSIWYG Bearbeitungsfunktionen in einem fortschrittlichen Paket für die Inhaltserstellung", erklärt Tim McKinnon, Präsident von Ektron. „Der Vertrag erlaubt es Ektron, auf dem Aloha Editor Entwicklung zu betreiben und der Aloha Editor-Gemeinschaft Versionen zur Maximierung der Fähigkeiten des Aloha Editors zurückzugeben."

„Wir sind hocherfreut, dass Ektron, eines der führenden Content-Management-Systeme, den Aloha Editor in sein CMS-Produkt aufgenommen hat und zur Weiterentwicklung des Aloha Editors beitragen wird", sagt Alexander Szlezak, Mitgründer und Chief Executive Officer von Gentics.

Ektron, die CMS-Plattform der Wahl von mehr als 3.800 Unternehmen auf der ganzen Welt, ermöglicht es Organisationen, weltweite, personalisierte Websites auf Unternehmensniveau zu erstellen, auszurollen und zu verwalten. Mit dem Aloha Editor können Autoren Inhalte sofort erstellen und bearbeiten und bereits während der Erstellung genau sehen, wie diese Inhalte auf der Website erscheinen werden. Der Editor bietet den Kunden von Ektron zahlreiche Vorteile, einschließlich der Fähigkeit, Texte einfach zu formatieren, Hyperlinks zu setzen, Bilder einzufügen, Tabellen zu erstellen und Inhalte ohne Veränderung der Formatierungen aus Microsoft Word zu kopieren und einzufügen.

„Über die Ektron Plattform fügen etwa 40 Personen Informationen der Website des Berry College hinzu", erklärt Cameron Jordan, Director of E-communication Services des Berry College. „Ektron hat jetzt den Aloha Editor in das 8.6 Upgrade seiner Software integriert, wodurch die Erfahrung bei der Einfügung erheblich besser wurde."

Über Ektron

Der Hauptsitz des Unternehmens befindet sich in Nashua, N.H., und es verfügt über Büros in Australien, Kanada und U.K. Die Web Content Management Plattform von Ektron ermöglicht es Unternehmen, weltweite, personalisierte Websites auf Unternehmensniveau zu erstellen, auszurollen und zu verwalten. Weiterführende Informationen erhalten Sie bei: www.ektron.com.

Über Gentics

Gentics, Österreichs führender Anbieter von Content Management Systemen, startete Aloha Editor als Open Source-Projekt mit dem Ziel, den weltweit besten Online Editor für Content Managementsysteme zu bauen. Gentics stellte der Entwicklergemeinschaft die Aloha zugrunde liegende, innovative, auf HTML5 basierende Technologie zur Verfügung und bietet Unternehmenskunden professionelle Unterstützung sowie Lizenzen für den Aloha Editor. www.gentics.com.

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