lunes, 23 de marzo de 2009

La Diputación nos elige para su Gestión Documental


La Diputación Provincial de Málaga ha elegido a Yerbabuena Software como la empresa que desarrollará su software de gestión documental, incorporando paulatinamente una serie de requisitos a medida como son la firma digital, workflows "ad hoc" etc.

Se trata de un organismo público que cuenta con alrededor de 1.500 trabajadores, todos ellos destinados a dar servicio a los distintos municipios de la provincia de Málaga.

La Diputación ha elegido Nuxeo tras evaluar otras herramientas y la integración por parte de otras empresas. En particular, la Diputación ha evaluado Alfresco in situ, tras la visita a su sede por parte de personal de esta empresa. Además se han evaluado otras herramientas de software propietario.

En la toma de decisión se ha optado por Nuxeo por aspectos como:
  • Mejor tecnología y claridad en la arquitectura del software
  • Mayor libertad (licencia menos restrictiva, mejor acceso al código)
  • Precios más competitivos
El proyecto, que comienza el 1 de Abril, se realizará de forma iterativa y tiene previsto cubrir todos los servicios y departamentos que forman parte de la Diputación, de forma que se consiga reducir drásticamente los tiempos de búsqueda de documentos, facilitar el teletrabajo mediante el acceso web a la información, organizar los flujos de trabajo y optimizarlos, y por supuesto, contribuir a un menor consumo de papel.




Desde Yerbabuena tenemos especial ilusión en este proyecto de Gestión Documental y ECM, y esperamos cumplir nuestros objetivos estratégicos de "Tener Clientes Encantados" y la misión de "Ser una empresa internacional de referencia en el campo de la innovación tecnológica y en el desarrollo de soluciones de gestión de contenido empresarial".

Se puede ver la misión de Yerbabuena y los objetivos estratégicos dentro de nuestro Mapa Estratégico, que hemos realizado gracias a Roadmap. Descarga el white paper 6 pasos para liberar a tu empresa del papel

jueves, 19 de marzo de 2009

Cómo se administra la aplicación Carpooling

Después del gran despegue y puesta en producción de la aplicación Carpooling en el Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía se ha desarrollado una versión de Administración con intención de gestionar a los usuarios, contactos, zonas de salida y llegada, y todos los demás parámetros esenciales del sistema.

Una de las funcionalidades más interesantes de la administración es la gestión de zonas de salida y llegada de los usuarios, ya que existe la intención de cubrir todo el ámbito territorial de la provincia de Málaga. Para ello, se ha utilizado la API de Google Maps como base fundamental, aunque se ha incorporado una librería de inclusión de figuras poligonales que facilitarán al Administrador y al usuario colocar con precisión cualquier zona geográfica específica.



Con gestión dinámica de zonas,



Además, se ha dedicado gran parte de la administración al manejo de usuarios y contactos, donde se incorpora un potente filtrado de selección en disyuntiva o conjuntiva para ejecutar operaciones directas sobre ellos, principalmente Mailing. Filtros dinámicos como son: Zonas y Ciudad o pueblo destino, horarios de salida y llegada, valoración, etc.



Por último, la obtención y visualización de estadísticas mediante componentes del framework abierto Icefaces, con distintos modos de publicación gráfica. Pudiendo obtener estadísticas de intervalos horarios y proceder para tomar decisiones a corto plazo para mejorar el tráfico o la movilidad. En este ejemplo, mostramos el conjunto de zonas actuales donde pertenecen los usuarios,



Proyectos de este estilo, como Carpooling son y seguirán siendo muy interesantes para nosotros, en los que trabajaremos por y para su mejora evolutiva, y añadiremos tanto funcionalidades como recursos que incrementen su valor, y sin duda, aporten unas gotas de Responsabilidad Social y eficiencia a la humanidad. Descarga el white paper 6 pasos para liberar a tu empresa del papel

And more

"We are currently evaluating Alfresco/Nuxeo. I got Nuxeo authenticated against Active Directory using LDAP pretty quickly. But I can not get Alfresco authentication working using LDAP(Active Diretory) even after few days struggling"

Source: Alfresco forums.

We are tireless, ain't we? :-)


Related Posts:
http://blog.yerbabuena.es/2009/03/more-about-alfresco-vs-nuxeo.html

http://blog.yerbabuena.es/2009/03/alfresco-vs-nuxeo-open-source-ecm.html

http://blog.yerbabuena.es/2009/03/mas-comentarios-en-alfresco-vs-nuxeo.html Descarga el white paper 6 pasos para liberar a tu empresa del papel

miércoles, 18 de marzo de 2009

Más comentarios en Alfresco vs Nuxeo

Un lector del blog, JotaC, nos comenta en la comparativa que publicamos sobre Alfresco vs Nuxeo:
" Muy buenos sus comentarios, me han ayudado a aclarar algunas dudas sobre los gestores documentales, yo habia escuchado solo Alfresco ahora se de Nuxeo.
Yo estoy evaluando alguna alternativa con software libre para un proyecto de digitalizacion, mas o menos en total son como 5.000.000 de documentos que deben ser digitalizados y administrados, mi pregunta es, ¿ambos productos funcionan sin problema sobre esa cantidad de documentos? "


Me alegro JotaC, cuantas más herramientas conozcas y evalúes, mejor será la decisión de compra o la elección de una plataforma sobre la que desarrollar e integrar en sistemas de tus clientes, si eres de perfil tecnológico.

Con respecto a los 5.000.000 de documentos, tanto Nuxeo como Alfresco son capaces de soportar ese volumen perfectamente, dependiendo esto más del hardware empleado y de la capacidad técnica del personal realizando la implantación.

Aprovecho para decirte que bajo nuestro punto de vista personal, Nuxeo es la mejor herramienta. Está apunto de estar disponible a todo el mundo la versión 5.2, con una gran cantidad de mejoras y nueva funcionalidad. Puedes consultar el Roadmap de Nuxeo.
Como puedes ver en este blog, no hay grandes avances a la vista en Alfresco (a corto plazo) y sí en Nuxeo.

Comentarte también que nosotros, desde Yerbabuena Software, estamos compitiendo y ganando proyectos a los partners de Alfresco, ya que con Nuxeo podemos dar más valor a menos coste. De hecho, somos capaces de rebajar las ofertas de implantación de Alfresco Enterprise (la versión certificada) mediante Nuxeo Enterprise con un descuento de más de un 50%. Esto lo garantizamos publicamente. En este sentido, somos mucho más competitivos que algunos partners platinum de Alfresco, como por ejemplo Unisys. De todas formas hacemos esta oferta extensiva a cualquier partner.

En cuanto a la filosofía, y para que se entienda bien nuestro punto de vista, no se trata de obtener los mayores beneficios en cada implantación y en cada resultado trimestral (aunque tener mayores beneficios es un resultado interesante para nuestra empresa). Tampoco se trata de ser la mejor empresa en tecnologías ECM y de Gestión Documental (aunque tener a los mejores profesionales en ECM también es un aspecto deseable). De lo que realmente se trata, y aquí está en mi opinión nuestra fortaleza principal, es de proporcionar la mejor solución global en términos calidad/tecnología/precio, para así luchar por el éxito de nuestros clientes, y posicionarnos como los números 1 en cuestión de Clientes Encantados.

Ahora lo que te falta es decidir en qué invertir ese otro 50% restante: integración y desarrollo a medida, mejor hardware y electrónica de red.. o sencillamente te lo ahorras ;-) Descarga este white paper sobre digitalización inteligente

martes, 17 de marzo de 2009

More about Alfresco vs Nuxeo

Edited: You can read our blog in english or visit our website.


Daniel Téllez pointed this comparison between Alfresco and Nuxeo, in the Nuxeo Group at Linkedin.
The writer, Jonas Sigurdsson, was a Software Development Engineer at Microsoft. Currently works at Gagnavarslan ehf as a Development Manager.
I found it tremendously interesting. Go ahead and read it, it's worth it:

"Here is my view of the two after some research. Note that these are my conclusions after evaluating the two platforms - not scientific facts.

1. Open Source vs. "You can read *OUR* source"

Nuxeo is a typical company backed open source project. The project has a somewhat growing community but coding activity is still mostly done by Nuxeo employees. The project is managed from a single branch and community members can submit code. Stabilized releases immediately become available. Mailing lists are moderately active. There is a general feel of openness around everything and friendly atmosphere.

Alfresco interpretation of open-source is quite confusing to me. The product comes in two flavors.

• Labs: Open source branch which is never stabilized (bug fixes are merged along with new features so you can never know if the code is perfectly stable). This branch is not recommended for any production work. It does not include all automated tests. This version is supported for testing and experimenting only.
• Enterprise: Stabilized closed-source commercial version. This version is tested and stabilized and will cost you somewhere around €16k pr. CPU (not including high availability / clustering nor WCM).

Alfresco appears to have active community in forums but I often wonder how much of it is truly "community" and how much of it is actually done by their employees or contractors. Also, I wonder if Alfresco partners are allowed to support the Labs version at all.

2. Out of the box functionality.

Out of the box, Alfresco feels much like MS Sharepoint. It's obvious IMO that Alfresco is locating the platform as "The Open Source Sharepoint alternative".

In that way Alfresco has more offering out of the box. You can see that Alfresco is venture backed company with considerable resources. Recently they have been moving in giant leaps where every new release contains massive improvements and amazing new features. Lot's of cool stuff related to collaboration and web 2.0 style application development can be found in the new Surf platform. The content repository is also extremely scalable and loaded with advanced with features like Web Project Branching, CIFS, etc.

Nuxeo feels more like a platform then a complete product out of the box. It does not give the same easily accessible user experience as Alfresco but as soon as you start diving into it you can sense that it is very powerful and well thought out. I have noticed that technical people (IT admins) tend to favor Alfresco with it's Sharepoint like portal UI and "just another CIFS file share" approach where Information specialists and Record managers favor the clean structure of Nuxeo's "Record + Attachments" approach which is more aligned with best practices in record/document management.

Nuxeo offers lots of extra features, like WSS, email integration, etc. but much of those are extensions you need to find, download and install on your own.


3. Extensibility

Both platforms are very extensible.

Alfresco extensibility is based on AOP which is very flexible although sometimes difficult to grasp.

Nuxeo has managed to keep many great ideas from their previous Zope based system integrating those ideas with a modern JEE application stack. Nuxeo is very extensible and well designed. Everything is pluggable using extension points which is a great pattern and considerably less confusing to mange in large-scale, heavily customized systems compared to AOP (IMHO).

4. Even more opinionated points...

I guess it's obvious from above notes that I favor Nuxeo. For me they key selling points are:

• True Open Source model. Truly open project and friendly atmosphere for outside contributors.
• Strong company behind the product with solid funding providing range of services.
• Great looking and solid code. Utilizing best of breed Java technologies.
• Strong design-patterns for building on the platform and credible future road-map.

There is one issue with Nuxeo I must mention since we have been postponing our work with Nuxeo while we wait for the upcoming 5.2 release. This is because Nuxeo is moving away from the Jackrabbit repository to a new SQL database based repository system. I think this is a wise decision but it leads to a period where you don't want to start a new project using the current version given how different the upcoming version is going to be. Also, considering that this is *the repository* it might take some time and minor upgrades before you will trust it for your customer's valuable data. On the other hand I have full faith in Nuxeo to deliver a solid solution here in due time.

Hope this helps you with evaluating Nuxeo and Alfresco. "


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Colaborando con Ingelabs

En Andalucía Información aparece un reportaje sobre un proyecto de colaboración, que estamos realizando junto con la empresa Ingelabs.
En el artículo se describe la aportación que cada empresa realiza en el proyecto, cada una aportando su principal fortaleza (en nuestro caso el desarrollo software y en el caso de Ingelabs, el diseño electrónico).
Ingelabs es una joven empresa que se creó casi a la vez que nuestra empresa, hayá por el 2005. Además, coincidieron con nosotros en el CADE, en la oficina de al lado durante nuestros primeros meses. Son el tipo de empresa que sabes que van a llegar lejos, porque como comentaba Daniel más abajo, trabajan mucho y en algo que les gusta (y además son serios y buenos).
Total, que estamos encantados de participar en proyectos de colaboración con empresas, bien sea en proyectos de gestión documental o en otras áreas tan diversas como la geolocalización y la monitorización. Prueba 30 días gratis Athento

domingo, 15 de marzo de 2009

Trabajar mucho, pero que sea divertido

Por consejo de mi compañero y amigo Joseluis, y este a su vez (si no me equivoco) por consejo de nuestro partner y amigo José Joya, estoy leyéndome el libro Empresas que perduran (Build to last) de James Collins y Jerry Porras. He de decir, que me está encantando. Me encanta. Y veo reflejada a mi empresa en muchas de las cosas que dice. Y no estoy diciendo con esto que mi empresa sea una de esas compañías visionarias de las que habla. Más bien digo que estoy totalmente seguro de que es así.
Concretamente, me identifico con esa parte en la que habla la gente de Marriott, una de estas compañías visionarias. Recientemente hicimos un trabajo con José y con su empresa Roadmap, cuyo resultado es un mapa estratégico y un cuadro de mandos donde se plasman las ideas y objetivos que dirigen nuestra compañía. Algunas de estas ideas se respiran en la oficina día a día. Y leyendo a J Willard Marriott padre, se me cae una lágrima como una funda de guitarra al comprobar que no estamos locos, y que otras compañías (grandes compañías) que nos precedieron, seguían unas ideas similares:

yo tenía tres ideas generales, todas igualmente importantes: una era prestarles un servicio amistoso a nuestros huéspedes. La segunda era ofrecer comida de gran calidad a precios módicos. La tercera era trabajar lo máximo que yo pudiera, día y noche, para sacar beneficios... Quería cosechar las recompensas del crecimiento: empleos para más personas, dinero para poder cuidar a mi familia y contribuir a las buenas causas... el negocio de servicios es muy satisfactorio.
En definitiva, una de las ideas máximas de Marriott era (e imagino que seguirá siendo) trabajar mucho, pero que sea divertido, y dar el mejor servicio posible a sus clientes. Como bien dice una de nuestras máximas, importada directamente de la factoría IBM, nuestra compañía está dirigida por nuestros clientes.

Espero que dentro de 50 años, otros James Collins o Jerry Porras escriban otro libro similar, en el que cuenten cómo Yerbabuena mantuvo estos valores e ideas para conseguir una compañía perdurable en el tiempo. En nuestra corta carrera como empresa, hemos tenido buenos y malos momentos. Hoy, que todos los que estamos en Yerbabuena Software compartimos estos ideales, hoy que todos miramos hacia el mismo horizonte, hoy que todos trabajamos al mismo son, estamos en el mejor momento en la corta historia de nuestra compañía.

Y así seguirá siendo.

NOTA: Gracias Joselu por el regalo ;-) Gracias Yerbabuena people por el vuestro. ;-D Prueba 30 días gratis Athento

sábado, 7 de marzo de 2009

Alfresco vs Nuxeo: Open Source ECM


VS.

Edit: March 17, 2009. We found another article comparing Alfresco and Nuxeo. You can read it here.
We intend to make this article an objective comparison between the two tools of ECM and DMS (Enterprise Content Management, Document Management System) which have been proven strongest in the market of open source software over other important solutions such as KnowledgeTree or OpenKM. The tools to be compared are Nuxeo 5 and Alfresco.
You can read our blog in english or visit our website.


To make the comparison, we will focus on 6 different perspectives: usability, functionality, technology, price, community and partners.

Usability

Jackob Nielsen has defined usability as the quality attribute that measures how easy it is to use Web interfaces.
In our experience, we used Alfresco since mid-2006 for a project in one of our clients, the Local Government of Malaga. In addition, more recently, we used the Community version that allows Alfresco to use from your web site in demo mode (connecting to their servers with accounts).

The personal view has been that Alfresco has a difficulty, and even say that unattractive.

The facts and our experience support this statement: some customers of Alfresco Enterprise (I2BC, Málaga) and of the now called Alfresco Community Labs (Sutega, La Coruña) confirm that Alfresco is not attractive to workers of their companies, who say the software is difficult to handle.
Moreover, from I2BC we have known of the existence of projects like Opsoro, who make web based interfaces (frontends) friendlier for Alfresco.

Improving interfaces of Alfresco is in itself an Open Source business model.

In this sense, Nuxeo provides Nuxeo WebEngine as a creator of websites for free and completely Open Source. With this tool, you can create totally user-oriented portals without sacrificing all the benefits of records management.

On the other side, the Nuxeo user interface, similar to the one they had in the CPS project, (which is an Open Source ECM that began in 2000 on Python and Zope technologies and twas collaborative and had "web 2.0" functionality long before there was this term around) is clear, sharp. It's nice to work on it.


In the picture we see the Nuxeo ECM personalized with the corporate identity of Yerbabuena Software.

Besides Nuxeo WebEngine and its own web interface, Nuxeo provides a desktop application to manage content stored very fast, it is Nuxeo RCP.

The score on Usability is, therefore, to Nuxeo:

Nuxeo 1- 0 Alfresco


Functionality

Drag & Drop

Using Drag & Drop, the ability to drag content (files and folders) to the browser to create content (upload documents to the repository) is used for both document management systems. However, and again with the experience of a client of Alfresco Community, told us that this functionality is completely unstable, having tested a large number of different settings (Firefox 3, IExplorer 7 etc.).
The drag & drop of Nuxeo is 100% stable. I use it daily, and several of our clients as well. Goes like silk, only time I saw it fail it was on an old version in Explorer 7, and it's been over 8 months of that.
For reference, the case study program EVA, belonging to the Andalusian Government. And there are more customers.

Live Edit

Live editing lets you edit Microsoft Office documents, Open Office and other very usual formats to work directly with your browser. To see the functionality, nothing better than a video. In Nuxeo, we can use online editing of documents in a large number of configurations: Linux or Windows (XP and Vista) Explorer or Firefox, MS Office or Open Office. Besides, each one of them with multiple versions (Office 2003 and 2007, Firefox 2.X and 3.X, Explorer 6 and 7 ... etc). Totaling more than 60 possible combinations.
At Alfresco, you can see an official with the topic started January 29. Users do not have information that they can not use FireFox (are forced to use Microsoft's browser, which is not exactly free ...) and install a SharePoint module ...
And the answer: This is a feature that Nuxeo resolved months ago, and which offers not only the online edition using Firefox, but using Ubuntu + Firefox + Open Office! We participated actively in the development version of Ubuntu + OpenOffice.

Virtual Browsing (Tags).
Both Document Management Systems allow users to "tag" (label) content to browse through the information using these tags. Nuxeo calls this "virtual browsing" and it makes sense for matters such as browsing the content of different countries (Europe images together) and then switch to browsing folders by "themes" for example images of Economics on the one hand, on the other sports ...

Versions
Both platforms also allow for easy management of versions. Version increases, the recovery of previous versions or consulting the history of actions on a document are incredibly easy.

Search.
Both Alfresco and Nuxeo base the search on standard open tools such as Lucene and Open Search. These search engines index all the documents (title and total content) in and resolve searches in less than 1 second ("google" style).

Workflows.

Both in Alfresco and Nuxeo, the workflow engine is based on JBPM (Java Business Process Management) and the use of workflows, involving users of the system is very simple. But this feature also tilts the balance back in favor of Nuxeo, the interface management on Alfresco's workflows forces the user to do too many steps to start them, because the wizard's too long.

Total: After tying in several features, Alfresco is surpassed by Nuxeo due to desktop integration.

Nuxeo 2-0 Alfresco


Technology

Both tools are based on J2EE architecture, with JBoss as application server and a set of standards for access to documents such as CIFS, WebDAV and so on.
Correction: Nuxeo does not implement (as of now) the CIFS access interface. Nuxeo will do this as soon as a customer needs it. In my opinion it's not a very important feature, but it may be for some customers. We have to thank Luis Sala, of Alfresco, for this correction.

Moreover, both platforms are developing the CMIS standard for document management, with companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, EMC Documentum and Open Text. The technology improvement provided by Nuxeo is in the architecture itself: the Nuxeo Core easily allows for the development of other deployments from Nuxeo (something not as easy with Alfresco).
As the Chairman of Nuxeo, Stefane Fermigier states in a comparison published in CMS Wire "We have designed the Nuxeo software with the explicit goal of creating an Architecture of Participation [...] Our creation of Nuxeo Runtime, the GSO-based plugin system i (inspired by Eclipse's), our use of a component framework like JBoss Seam for our webapp, are consequences of this vision, which comes from years of experience working with System Integrators and ISV. "

"We have designed the Nuxeo software with the goal of creating an architecture of participation [...] The creation of Nuxeo Runtime, the plugin system based on OSG-i (inspired by Eclipse), our use of a framework of components like JBoss Seam for our webapp, are consequences of this vision that comes from years of experience working with systems integrators and ISV (Independent Software Vendors, software vendors).

Thanks to how Nuxeo is structured we can modify the functionality of Nuxeo without making any changes in your source code through "extension points". With these extension points contributions can be made ranging from adding vocabulary to the creation of new document types or actions through versioning policies, security policies, audit policies, storage policies, and many more.
Alfresco's code (and we know what we are talking about) is cumbersome and difficult to handle, and in this respect very little has been improved recently.

Nuxeo 3-0 Alfresco

Price

" Both companies derive significant percentages of their revenue from providing support subscriptions. Alfresco charges something like US$ 10,000 per CPU while Nuxeo charges on a per "application" basis, with a tiered program that starts at about US$ 15,000 per application. So depending on your scale and the support requirements you have, annual support costs could be significantly different. These parameters can vary a lot, so its not clear there are real cost differences here. However it would seem that on average a customer will pay more to get started with Alfresco."

Source CMS Wire



In the case of our company, and as Partner Integrator of Nuxeo, we have an annual support cost for companies with a recommended range of 10 to 100 users in an amount of approximately € 3600, representing a 55% lower price compared to the minimum price for Alfresco.


Nuxeo 4-0 Alfresco


Community

To speak of the community once again we cite the official forum of Alfresco:


"I am a Documentum developer and would like to possibly consider learning and promoting adoption of Alfresco, but I have a few problems/questions.

1) I'm trying to decide between Alfresco and Nuxeo. Alfresco seems to have more momentum (pardon the Documentum pun) in US, but at least Nuxeo is fully Open Source, meaning all the source including bug fixes that have not been included in a release are always available."


And in the same post:

"3) Other than market exposure, and give the fully Open (in the sense of open source) approach of Nuxeo, why would someone choose Alfresco instead?"


The number of responses is the most controversial, including some participants in the conversation that instead of talking about Nuxeo refer to the company as Nutseo "(Nuts means "crazy "," stupid "). A sign of elegance and respect within the Free Software community!

By the way, I love the phrase that speaks about "Other than market exposure" There are products like Windows Vista that have failed miserably, despite a strong promotional marketing (as only Microsoft can do), then this is no guarantee of anything.

Conviene aclarar aquí al lector que Alfresco, aparte de dar acceso restringido al código a los que no son clientes o partners (y cobran a los partners, y por supuesto a los clientes también!), no publica la corrección de errores en sus versiones, algo que en la comunidad de Nuxeo si ocurre... Should be clarified here to the reader that Alfresco apart from giving restricted access to the code to non-customers or non-partners (and they charge partners, and of course the customers too!), Alfresco does not publish the correction of errors in their versions, something that happens in the community of Nuxeo... code flows naturally and without restrictions. 100% Free (Open Source) Software.
It is also recalled that Alfresco has an Enterprise version, to pay (and very expensive) and not certified called Labs (Community), with advertising in the footer of your site to recruit support and warning that there is no guarantee (how beautiful messages in the system where I'll work!).

However, a 100% Open Source and Free of charge Nuxeo Enterprise, does not distinguish between the versions for "rich and poor." There is only one way, one version. No ads. . Unrestricted access to the code. Purely open.
Speaking of licenses: "The Nuxeo Core is LGPL, which is broadly described as "business friendly" and is the same license successfully used by projects like JBoss "

Speaking of access to the code:
Alfresco's Community Network edition repository is wide open , but their commercial Enterprise Network edition is not. Nuxeo has ONE repository for the Enterprise Platform and it is open to the public.

Access to Fixes, Patches:

"Access to Fixes . Related to the second point, with a repository that is shared by Nuxeo developers and the Nuxeo community, it follows that all Nuxeo fixes are immediately available to anyone in the community that can make a build. On the other hand, the Alfresco community must wait for any Alfresco Enterprise fixes to be merged from the Enterprise to Community repositories. This is a process that can take time. There's a big difference here. The Nuxeo community immediately benefits from the support activities related to paying customers. The Alfresco community does not."
Moreover, Nuxeo provides full access to its JIRA (project management tool) so that any developer or user can report tasks ( suggestions, improvements etc).

Nuxeo 5-0 Alfresco

Partners

For Partners and the many places in the world covered by these, Alfresco is clearly superior to Nuxeo. It has more presence, more impact. But as said before citing the case of Windows Vista, the media, the size of companies and capital will not guarantee that software is of high quality. They Help .. but do not guarantee that a software is of high quality.

By the way, speaking of partners. We are partners of Nuxeo, integrators in Spain and latin america. And we have not paid one euro. Not one.
We were invited to by Nuxeo.

Nuxeo 5-1 Alfresco

Conclusion

Nuxeo seems (and we are increasingly convinced) an ECM platform with a powerful document management functionality more usable, better designed, with a vibrant community, more open and with more competitive prices.


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Yerbabuena Software is a Spanish company, based in Madrid and Malaga. The content expressed in this article is only intended to inform anyone who is interested in implementing a document management tool, particularly for document management based on Free Software, to make a choice with as much information as possible .
At no point it is our intention trying to glorify or to shrink any viable, competitive and highly profitable companies, such as Alfresco and Nuxeo, but to provide information and experiences.
The future of ECM market is Open Source, same as the IT sector in general. We do not bet for the prevalence of one tool over another, but for the coexistence of different tools with a different focus in each.


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