INTRICITY Partners With Leading Enterprise Content Management Provider, Alfresco

INTRICITY further strengthened its commitment to simplifying complexity on Friday by announcing a Gold level partnership with Alfresco, the world’s leading provider of open source Enterprise Content Management solutions.

INTRICITY, already a recognized leader in Enterprise Information Management now extends its capabilities beyond structured data, and database-driven business analytics.  “Our clients need easy, and secure access to accurate information, whenever and wherever,” states Adrian Boerstra, Director of Business Solutions for INTRICITY.  “With Alfresco, Intricity provides a one stop shop for clients who wish to manage critical documents and enterprise content within a ubiquitous Enterprise Information Management framework.”

“Given their reputation for delivering business insight to the fortune 500 using best of breed solutions and people,” adds Michael Uzquiano, co-author of Professional Alfresco: Practical Solutions for Enterprise Content Management, “INTRICITY brings further credibility and expertise to the worldwide Alfresco community with this announcement.”

About Intricity, LLC:

Intricity helps organizations to manage enterprise information so that managers, employees, and customers get the information they need when they need it; easily, accurately, and securely. Intricity provides the expertise required to help your organization to implement best practices in Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Intelligence (BI), and Enterprise Information Management (EIM).

Locations: New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Atlanta, Orlando, Charlotte, Austin, San Francisco, Los Angeles.

About Alfresco:

Alfresco is how great businesses share, organize and protect their content. Alfresco's community includes thousands of customers, partners and developers in 55 countries across the globe.

Founded in 2005, Alfresco is headquartered in London, with US headquarters in Atlanta.