|By Business Wire||
|September 2, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
Bamboo Solutions, the leading provider of solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint®, announced today that KMWorld recognized Bamboo in the upcoming “Trend-Setting Products” of 2014. The Trend-Setting Product awards, whose judging panel includes editorial colleagues, analysts, system integrators, outside vendors, industry managers, and users, began in 2003.
Bamboo provides components, tools, and applications to organizations that extend SharePoint beyond its out-of-the-box capabilities. With more than 70 SharePoint-based solutions not limited to knowledge management, workflow, project management, and enterprise content management, Bamboo has the capability to reliably and cost-effectively take SharePoint to new heights.
"Bamboo was selected by the panel because it demonstrates thoughtful, well-reasoned innovation and execution for the most important constituency of them all: the customer," says Hugh McKellar, KMWorld Editor-in-Chief.
“We’re excited and honored that Bamboo’s world-class innovations have once again been featured on KMWorld’s prestigious Trend-Setting Product list. Customers worldwide are increasingly attracted to SharePoint for its many capabilities," says Anders Johnsson, Bamboo Solutions Chairman of the Board. “Building on past successes with state-of-the-art on-prem products, we are eager to continue evolving technology that includes apps and the Cloud.”
The full list of this year’s winners will be unveiled in the September 2014 issue at http://www.kmworld.com/.
Established in 2001, Bamboo Solutions is a trusted technology provider that enhances SharePoint while saving customers significant time and money. Our evolving portfolio — ranging from components and applications to solutions and suites — provides a broad range of enhanced capabilities and solutions that enable organizations to maximize their investment in SharePoint.
For more information, visit http://www.bamboosolutions.com.
KMWorld is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 40,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance.
KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc. (www.infotoday.com)
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