Boston, Mass. — September 10, 2007 — PaperThin, Inc., a leading Web publishing and content management software provider, today announced that CommonSpot has been named one of KMWorld?s ?Trend-Setting Products of 2007?. The complete list is featured in the September issue of KMWorld magazine and online at www.kmworld.com.
?More than 650 individual products were considered by our team of editors, analysts, integrators and users.? says Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor in chief. ?Each and every company whose products were chosen for this year?s list of Trend-Setting Products is being acknowledged for its willingness to listen and serve its customers in useful and innovative ways. We have found that CommonSpot continues to be a leader in this area. We were particularly impressed with CommonSpot?s easy to use authoring interface, rich text editing, and XML capabilities.?
CommonSpot gives IT and Administrators the flexibility they need, while enabling everyday users to easily create, manage, and publish content–without the need to write code. This reduces reliance on IT and empowers entire organizations to be more productive for better business results. Customers like Cornell University, Marshall & Ilsley, and The United Way use CommonSpot to manage their internet and intranet needs.
?Our commitment to customer success starts with product quality and innovation.? said Todd Peters, founder and president of PaperThin. ?By focusing on ease of use, flexibility, and extendability, CommonSpot is helping organizations meet their ever changing content and communication needs over time. We?re pleased that KMWorld has acknowledged our efforts yet again.?
PaperThin, Inc. is a privately held Massachusetts-based company. Since 1993, PaperThin has helped corporations and government agencies of all sizes to significantly reduce the time and expense involved in creating, updating and managing Web content. PaperThin?s flagship product, CommonSpot Content Server, powers Internet, intranet and extranet sites worldwide for organizations of all sizes, including Booz Allen Hamilton, Cornell University, The National Park Service, Stanford University, T-Mobile, Turner Sports (PGA.com), and Voice of America. PaperThin was recognized as one of New England?s fastest growing technology companies in the 2004 & 2005 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, and was recently named to KMWorld?s list of ?100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management?. CommonSpot was recently cited a 2007 CODiE Awards finalist for ?Best Content Management Solution? by SIIA.
For more information about PaperThin, Inc., please visit http://www.paperthin.com and for additional details about CommonSpot Content Server, please visit http://www.paperthin.com/Products/Index.cfm.
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