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Alfresco Announces Support for OpenDocument Format

An Alfresco company press release proclaims Alfresco Announces Support for OpenDocument Format:

“LONDON—July 26, 2006—Alfresco Software Inc., the first provider of an open source enterprise content management solution, today announced full OpenDocument Format (ODF) support through its ODF Virtual File System. ODF is an open, XML-based file standard suitable for office applications and designed for managing features in text, spreadsheet, charts and graphical documents.

Alfresco’s ODF Virtual File System offers a simple shared drive interface to any office application. Microsoft Office and OpenOffice users alike can save or drag content into intelligent drop-zones, where rules and actions transparently convert incoming content into the ODF vendor-neutral format. Documents can automatically be sent through a controlled review and approval process and also have records management rules applied to them.”

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