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December 2, 2010

Bitrix launches social-enabled collaboration suite Intranet 9.5 for SMBs

Available in three editions - InfoSpace, TeamSpace and BizSpace

By CBR Staff Writer

Bitrix, a technology provider in business communications offering, has launched Bitrix Intranet 9.5, a new version of the social-enabled collaboration suite for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), previously known as Bitrix Intranet Portal.

The new Bitrix Intranet 9.5 provides users better insight into the key intranet functionality while reducing the learning curve for employees, and is available in three editions – InfoSpace, TeamSpace and BizSpace.

The new suite enables organisations to customise the intranet appearance by click-away editing of content, layout and structure at the front-end, while the ribbon-style administrative console with an interface in the back-end enables fine tuning of the product.

Organisations can leverage the advantages of global and workgroup-specific wiki-based knowledge bases extended with a WYSIWYG editor, text versioning and roll-back, immediate indexing and user access-rights management.

The integrated D.I.G. engine enables search in the intranet content with real-time search tips, enabling employees to locate people, documents and titles in file storages, discussions and the organisation structure.

Employees can replicate all intranet document storages which they use as a single network drive. A single button click makes public, workgroup-specific, and private storages available for work via the user’s local explorer or file manager.

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The Bitrix Intranet 9.5 features records management that allows creation of custom lists for contacts, catalogs and to provide basic CRM functionality, and visual constructor to enable organisations apply specific business processes to records.

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