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ADVISORY: Interwoven Launches 'Interwoven Live,' a Weekly Web Seminar Series on Optimizing Content to Drive Growth

ADVISORY: Interwoven Launches 'Interwoven Live,' a Weekly Web Seminar Series on Optimizing Content to Drive Growth

SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Interwoven, Inc. , a global leader in content management solutions, today announced Interwoven Live, a new weekly series of live 35-minute Web seminar presentations and demonstrations focused on how organizations can unlock the value of content to fuel top-line growth.

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"The Interwoven Live seminar series is reflective of the engaging, interactive experiences our solutions deliver," said Ben Kiker, chief marketing officer at Interwoven. "As demonstrated by the dialogue at our recent GearUp user conference in San Francisco, optimizing content to drive growth is top of mind with our customers. Interwoven Live is an extension of that dialogue, where we will discuss how organizations can leverage content to achieve powerful outcomes -- transforming their online presence, extending and protecting their brand, and increasing business velocity to take advantage of new market opportunities."

The Interwoven Live seminar series provides both IT and marketing professionals with a venue to have a live, two-way dialogue on a range of topics that represent some of the most significant challenges and opportunities businesses face today. Participants will benefit from the insight and best practices of customers, partners, and Interwoven domain experts, and events will cover topics including customer implementation stories, solution demonstrations, and thought leadership on how to leverage today's biggest trends for maximum business result.

Following are details on the Interwoven Live schedule for June. To register for an Interwoven Live event, visit here (http://www.interwoven.com/events/online/ce/Interwoven_Live_Landing_Page.htm).

Webcast: How a Global Organization Significantly Transformed Its Web Presence Date: Friday, June 8, 2007 Time: 11:00 AM PT // 1:00 PM CT // 2:00 PM ET Click Here to Register

(http://www.interwoven.com/events/online/ce/Interwoven_Live_Landing_Page.htm)

Register now and find out how: -- Interwoven's world-class professional services organization, CSO, has developed a number of best practices that improves the effectiveness of content management initiatives. In this presentation, hear how Interwoven has used this model to help organizations reduce time-to- change, improve globalization and localization abilities, and adhere to corporate governance. Webcast: Achieve Rapid Site Rollout and Empower Content Creators with Interwoven TeamSite and Interwoven SitePublisher Date: Friday, June 15, 2007 Time: 11:00 AM PT // 1:00 PM CT // 2:00 PM ET

Click Here to Register (http://www.interwoven.com/events/online/ce/Interwoven_Live_Landing_Page.htm)

Register now and find out how: -- Interwoven SitePublisher enhances Web content management by providing a platform for creating, deploying, and managing Websites more easily than with standard approaches. -- What-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG), component-based publishing environment enables business professionals to quickly build dynamic Web pages and sites from templates, and then easily customize their presentation, content, and functionality to meet changing business needs Webcast: Increase the Value of Your Portal with Dynamic Content Date: June 22, 2007 Time: Friday, 10:00 AM PT // 12:00 PM CT // 1:00 PM ET

Click Here to Register (http://www.interwoven.com/events/online/ce/Interwoven_Live_Landing_Page.htm)

Register now and find out: -- How your enterprise portal can aggregate and secure applications and content in one place. -- How portals can provide a user-friendly approach to author and publish content in a standard and dynamic way, all while adhering to IT standards and control. -- How Interwoven has improved methods for integrating your content into enterprise portals with Interwoven TeamPortal 3.0. -- How this new integration will help you deliver dynamic and targeted content in your portal with less burden on IT and improved enterprise search and usability for end users. Webcast: Convert from Paper to Digital Date: Friday, June 29, 2007 Time: 10:00 AM PT // 12:00 PM CT // 1:00 PM ET

Click Here to Register (http://www.interwoven.com/events/online/ce/Interwoven_Live_Landing_Page.htm)

Register now to learn: -- How several customers converted paper documents into digital images that are now secure, easy to find, and simple to maintain. -- Learn how you can have a more efficient business model and save hundreds of business hours per week by scanning documents and having them available online.

If you cannot make these dates, the Webcasts will be recorded and a replay will be made available 24 to 48 hours after its completion. For more information visit our events page.

About Interwoven

Interwoven is a global leader in content management solutions. Interwoven's software and services enable organizations to effectively leverage content to drive business growth by improving the customer experience, increasing collaboration, and streamlining business processes in dynamic environments. Our unique approach combines user-friendly simplicity with robust IT performance and scalability to unlock the value of content. Today, more than 3,800 enterprise and professional services organizations worldwide have chosen Interwoven, including: adidas, Airbus, Avaya, Cisco, DLA Piper, the Federal Reserve Bank, FedEx, HSBC, LexisNexis, Microsoft, Samsung, Shell, Samsonite, White & Case, and Yamaha. Over 20,000 developers and over 300 partners enrich and extend Interwoven's offerings. To learn more about Interwoven, please visit http://www.interwoven.com/.

Interwoven, Inc.

CONTACT: Danielle Hamel of Interwoven, Inc., +1-408-530-7043
dhamel@interwoven.com

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