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Blue Fish Development Group, an Austin, Tex.-based systems integration and consulting company, resells Alfresco's content management software and provides a range of implementation, training, user adoption and development services around the application.
The improvements to the user interface in Alfresco 3.4 are the key enhancement, said Blue Fish CEO Michael Trafton, in an interview. "One of the most important things for us at Blue Fish is user adoption and the user interface is a big part of that," he said.
The line between managing documents and managing teams of employees is becoming blurry, Trafton said, and the Share interface makes it possible to do both with a single interface. Blue Fish's larger customers would also like Alfresco 3.4's new replication tools and bigger document repository, he said.
Alfresco has more than 220 partners and resellers, many of them systems integrators, Bar said.
While some of the new capabilities in Alfresco 3.4 were included in the free community edition that was made available in November, the commercial edition with all of the new features and functionality is available now.