MindTouch Announces a Pre-packaged Enterprise Wiki Virtual Appliance for SUSE Linux Enterprise from Novell

First MindTouch Virtual Appliances Tailored for SUSE Linux Enterprise Partners

San Diego, CA, November 22, 2010— MindTouch, the company that delivers collaborative genius to enterprises, today announced the availability of a certified MindTouch enterprise wiki for SUSE Linux Enterprise environments. As a partner in the SUSE Appliance Program, MindTouch worked with Novell to certify and pre-configure its award winning enterprise wiki and collaboration platform for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. This new offering is available with special pricing to Novell partners and resellers through the MindTouch Partner Program

“The MindTouch Enterprise Wiki is a very good example of how ISVs can easily adapt a popular community product into an enterprise-class solution that is both reliable and easy to use” said Carlos Montero-Luque, vice president of Business and Product Management at Novell. “By leveraging the SUSE Appliance Program to tailor SUSE Linux Enterprise, MindTouch is delivering customers and resellers a fully supported and robust solution at an affordable price point.”

MindTouch enterprise wiki is used by millions and is widely recognized and awarded for its wiki ease of use, durability, and unique platform capabilities that allow system integrators to build additional value. This product ships as a virtual appliance, fully pre-configured and ready to use out of the box in minutes. Partners and resellers can easily add MindTouch to existing or made-to-order server configurations as well.

“MindTouch has had a snowball effect with many of our new customers. They start using MindTouch, love it, and quickly they are interested in connecting it to a variety of other systems and applications,” said Brett Humphrey CEO Fairway Technologies. “It’s a great product and platform to work with because you can quickly close a small, high margin deal and it consistently expands to very large enterprise services deals.”

MindTouch enterprise wiki for SUSE Linux Enterprise resellers includes:

  • A proven enterprise wiki with over 20 million users at large organizations and SMB’s around the world
  • A standards and IT governance compliant tool that meets the needs of any enterprise environment
  • Perpetual licensing and aggressive pricing with attractive margins for resellers
  • Assistance with business planning, sales and demand generation
  • Exceptional technical support during the pre-sales, sales, implementation and maintenance phases
  • Training for partner staff

“We are very excited to be selling MindTouch Enterprise Wiki,” said Touchstone Technology’s Terri Voshel. “The out of the box application capability and support of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server will make Enterprise Wiki very attractive to the Novell customer base.”

MindTouch enterprise wiki for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is available today through a MindTouch reseller program. MindTouch is offering aggressive margins on the product, as well as incentives for bundled purchases and world-class support for partners and resellers. MindTouch is actively recruiting members of the Novell partner network for this program.

Interested parties can register at: http://info.mindtouch.com/P/enterprise_wiki

For more information about MindTouch visit: http://www.mindtouch.com/

About MindTouch

MindTouch is built on the belief that enterprise software must be scalable, agile and extensible. Our product, MindTouch 2010, transforms the way organizations author, discover and curate strategic content to achieve measurable results with customers, partners and colleagues. Our open source project, MindTouch Core, is used by over 18 million people and is supported by one of world’s most active communities. Founded in 2005, MindTouch is headquartered in San Diego, California and is privately held. Many of the World’s most respected brands trust MindTouch. Our 1,000s of customers include NASA, SAIC, Booz Allen, Microsoft, Cisco, Washington Post, Viacom, the New York Times, AXA, Timberland and HCA.

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