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Armedia, LLC Named Alfresco Platinum Partner

Armedia, the Atlanta-based system integrator announced today that Alfresco, the open source platform for social content management, has granted it Platinum Partner status.

This announcement came following Armedia’s significant year of growth in sales and new Alfresco implementations, as well as Armedia’s recertification as the Alfresco Certified Training Partner for the US. This appointment makes Armedia the 17th of Alfresco’s more than 300 channel partners to achieve platinum status.

“Armedia has demonstrated an enthusiastic commitment to bringing the best Alfresco solutions to their customer base,” says John Kenyon, RVP of Channels for Alfresco. “They've been an expert, reliable partner since joining the program in 2009, culminating in their Platinum status. Armedia's growth in delivering content solutions to both government agencies and commercial accounts makes them a perfect success story for our channel management strategy that Alfresco actively pursues.”

Armedia’s extensive Alfresco portfolio includes solutions that range across the entire Alfresco product stack, including: records and document management, collaboration and mobile solutions. In addition, Armedia has delivered its own case management solution, Armedia Case Management integrated with an Alfresco backend to provide for extended features. To date, Armedia has delivered Alfresco solutions to customers in multiple vertical markets, incorporating government organizations at both the Federal and State/Local level, including

“This is an important milestone in our partnership with Alfresco, and reflects positively on Armedia’s strategy and success around Open Source solutions,” said Jim Nasr, Armedia CEO. “We see Alfresco as a highly competitive Open Source alternative in the ECM marketplace, and look forward to our continued collaborations to meet client needs.”

As an Alfresco platinum partner, Armedia will enjoy an even closer relationship with Alfresco. Some of these benefits include joint marketing opportunities, joint business planning, and dedicated resources for business development activities.

This announcement was made on the eve of the Alfresco DevCon 2012: Americas conference in San Jose, California November 14 – 15. Armedia, Silver Sponsor of this event, will be presenting at Alfresco DevCon 2012 on Wednesday November 14, 2012 on the use of Alfresco solutions within the government sector, and how the platform can be used to solve challenges such as Freedom of Information Act compliance and other Open Government initiatives.

Armedia will also be at the Alfresco Enterprise Content Roundtable in Atlanta, Georgia on November 27, 2012. For more information and to register for this event, CLICK HERE. For more information about Armedia’s experience and services around Alfresco, CLICK HERE.

About Armedia

Armedia is a technology firm, focusing on information and content management solutions. Armedia has industry-acclaimed expertise, services and products in business process, document, case and record management, mobile solutions as well as collaboration, content publishing and content migration. Armedia has experience providing these services on various platforms, including: Alfresco, Drupal, EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet, Microsoft SharePoint and the Apple iPad. Armedia’s mission is to provide world-class solutions to its clients and assist them in achieving tangible returns on their technology investments.

Armedia is veteran owned, 8(a)/SDB certified, GSA Schedule IT70 holder, and is CMMI Level 3 appraised. Armedia has offices in Atlanta, GA; Huntsville, AL; Newport News, VA; and Vienna, VA.

For more information visit Armedia’s website at http://www.armedia.com/

About Alfresco

Alfresco is how great businesses share, organize and protect their content. Nearly seven million people in more than 180 countries use Alfresco Enterprise, Cloud, Mobile and Community to manage more than three billion files worldwide. Whether on the go or in the office, Alfresco empowers today's teams to do great work.

Founded in 2005, Alfresco is headquartered in London with U.S. headquarters in Atlanta. For more information about Alfresco please visit: http://www.alfresco.com.

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