Feb
11
2009

ELM for Exchange – now that’s “fun stuff”

Working as a product manager means having a broad variety of tasks. Some you enjoy more, some you enjoy less. As of now, I’m fortunate to spend most of my time on the “fun stuff”: Working closely with SAPERION’s developers, adding new features to the product and improving its overall architecture. By adding new features I’m talking about new features, not just the old “me too” hat.

Right now, we’re focusing on adding plug-in mechanisms allowing us to integrate various classification & rules engines. We want your e-Mails to be automatically archived, classified and routed to the proper SAPERION workflow, according to your business rules. Right on!

However, improving existing functions is always part of the job. Full-text search will be a lot more comfortable, as some of our customers are already experiencing in an exclusive preview. Manually adding e-Mails to customer or project files will also be a lot easier as well as complementing necessary index data.

Basically ELM for Exchange Version 4 is mostly about improved usability, flexibility and automation. We want you to love our product, admire its ability to adapt to your business needs and lean back – enjoying a cup of coffee – while our software distributes your e-Mails to the proper workflow.

Fully realizing some of these objectives may be still dreams of the future – however – the prototype is up and runnin’ and its only a matter of time until our dreams come true.

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