CIO Review announce their top 20 Enterprise Content Management Suppliers for 2015 In November, CIO Review released their Enterprise Content Management Special. Zaizi are very proud to be named within the top 20 firms operating in this area. A distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, venture capitalists, analysts, and the CIO Review editorial board has selected the top Technology Solution Providers.
Founded in 2007 with offices in London and Colombo, Zaizi is a platinum partner for both Alfresco and Ephesoft services. Zaizi is known for designing and delivering the largest and most complex Alfresco implementations in the world. Working within the UK government and many other large organisations, Zaizi is committed to delivering the best in open source content management solutions.
From the outset the company has led with the adoption of the Alfresco open source content management platform, Activiti for defining business processes and Drupal for user experience. As Steve McLoughlin, CEO Zaizi explains, “Open standards and application programming interfaces (APIs) are the defining attributes - easing integration, avoiding vendor lock-in and innovating constantly.”
Zaizi’s solutions range from the storing, digitising and digitally managing content, designing workflows, simpler records management and secure internal and external collaboration with hybrid cloud. The company offers a social intranet solution designed to promote participation, improve interaction and encourage knowledge sharing. Zaizi has also developed a sophisticated, scalable, open and innovative search solution Sensefy, to unite, enrich and mine content wherever it is stored.
Zaizi has worked with clients in a range of sectors including financial services, healthcare, and local government. Some Zaizi’s UK government clients include the Department of Education, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, the Home Office. In addition Zaizi has provided content management and infrastructure support services to the University of Westminster, Eurostar and Oxfam.