CARA v3.2 released - now covering Documentum, Alfresco, SharePoint and Oracle WebCenter

By Mike Johnston February 22, 2012 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines

Generis has issued the latest release of its CARA Unified Client user interface, adding more than 250 enhancements for existing platforms (Documentum, Alfresco, SharePoint) and adding support for the Oracle WebCenter content management (formerly Stellent UCM).

Within the Documentum family, CARA provides a single unified UI to replace Webtop, DAMtop, CenterStage and TaskSpace, as well as providing Records Management functionality.

Customers with more than one repository type can leverage the ability to have the same configurable UI across multiple platforms - with new functionality in CARA v3.2 including dynamic dashboards with multi-variable selection, enhancements to Widgets now allowing external URL embedding (e.g. Twitter feed, company SOP links, external regulatory links) and a complete form builder.

CARA v3.3 is slated for release in late Spring 2012, and will include right-to-left support (with an Arabic release to accompany it and supplement the existing languages of English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Polish), as well as many media-based enhancements (video preview, coverflow and more).

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