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Description FatWire Software (www.fatwire.com) provides industry-leading web content management (WCM) solutions that enable organizations to deliver compelling online experiences to users and to drive business growth. FatWire offers a comprehensive Web Experience Management (WEM) portfolio including best-in-class WCM and persuasive technologies in addition to enterprise 2.0 collaboration and content sharing capabilities. FatWire Content Server makes it easy for business users to contribute and manage web content in real-time, and for IT administrators and power users to create advanced website capabilities. Through powerful, targeted interfaces, FatWire Content Server enables IT and the business to work together seamlessly to deliver effective online communications. Powered by FatWire’s solutions, organizations can build, deploy and manage sophisticated web sites and online communications from a simple interface, supported by our global services and support teams. With FatWire, customers can optimize the web experience they offer, thereby increasing customer loyalty and sales. Headquartered in Mineola, N.Y., FatWire serves more than 450 customers in over 10 countries including enterprises in a variety of vertical industries including financial, manufacturing, retail, entertainment, telecommunications, travel, healthcare, and government.

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