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TEAM Informatics, Inc. Announces Gold Systems Integrator Partnership with Alfresco Software, Inc.

ARDEN HILLS, Minn., July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- TEAM Informatics, Inc., a leading enterprise software products firm, announces its acceptance as a Gold Systems Integrator Partner with Alfresco, named a Visionary in Enterprise Content Management by Gartner Magic Quadrant. TEAM announced the alpha release of its Google Search Appliance (GSA) Connector for Alfresco earlier this year and has continued to expand the partnership.  TEAM's connector product allows the GSA to index and search content held within the Alfresco repository, allowing customers to search content with the familiar Google interface.

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"As TEAM continues to find a growing interest in Alfresco as a comprehensive content solution, we have begun developing our capability to provide quality Alfresco development services to our customers," said Doug Thompson, President of TEAM. "Our proven success with Oracle WebCenter and Enterprise Search provides the foundation for us to expand our services to include the Alfresco platform."

TEAM's recognized ability to provide its customers with successful content management solutions puts the company at the forefront of the enterprise content market. Find more information on the Alfresco Partnership, the GSA to Alfresco Connector and other TEAM products at

Watch the Alfresco One Introduction

Watch the Document Management with Alfresco One Overview

Watch the Collaboration with Alfresco One Overview

Watch the demonstration of TEAM's Alfresco Connector for the Google Search Appliance

More about TEAM Informatics

TEAM Informatics, Inc. ( is an employee-owned, Minnesota-based software products and systems integration firm with a global customer base. TEAM was formed over 10 years ago and has experienced a sustained aggressive growth rate.

TEAM is an Oracle Software Reseller and a global member of the Oracle Partner Network, specializing in areas such as WebCenter Content and WebCenter Portal. Offerings include professional services, managed services, enterprise and development support, and an expanding set of products. In addition, TEAM is a Google Enterprise Partner and Reseller for the Google Search technologies. TEAM's suite of business applications include TEAM Cloud for managed delivery of WebCenter products on an Oracle engineered system, GSA Connector for WebCenter for enterprise search, TEAM Sites Connector for enabling web experience management, and Secure Content Publisher for delivering content with rights management. Get more information on these and all of TEAM's offerings at

Media Contact: Doug Thompson, TEAM Informatics, Inc., +1 651 222 8326, [email protected]

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