Intralinks Content Collaboration Network Named KMWorld Trend-Setter
Intralinks Content Collaboration Network has been selected as a Trend-Setting Product of 2016 by KMWorld Magazine.
2 September 2016
Whether it’s a bank concerned with anti-money-laundering compliance, or the marketing department of a life sciences company’s need to distribute data to external agencies, collaboration requirements are changing. Organizations need technologies that set content free — but at the same time provide control over its entire lifecycle. We created the Intralinks Content Collaboration Network™ to fill this need.
We’re pleased that Intralinks Content Collaboration Network has been selected as a Trend-Setting Product of 2016 by KMWorld Magazine. Based on the concept of giving companies back control of business information and workers back control of their time, the Intralinks Content Collaboration Network allows any and all business content to be stored, shared or collaborated on through an extended network.
Conceptually, the Content Collaboration Network incorporates a company’s existing investments in storage, security, process management and content management and safely extends the value of these assets to collaboration beyond your organization’s boundaries.
KMWorld Editor Sandra Haimila says, “Each year we look for software products that break new territory in helping organizations achieve their knowledge management goals. These products are designed, developed and perfectly timed to fill a niche in the marketplace before users are even aware that such functionality and flexibility have been missing. Designated as the KMWorld Trend-Setting Products of 2016, these offerings hold the promise for the marketplace.”
To learn more about how Intralinks can help improve business productivity through its scalable Content Collaboration Network, visit our website.
Ian Bruce is the VP of Corporate Communications at Intralinks. He has 20 years of international marketing experience across software, hardware, consulting, and financial services at both VC-backed start-ups and large multinationals. Prior to joining Intralinks, Ian held various marketing and communications roles at Avid Technology, HP, Novell, Systinet, and CSC.