BlueJet, the Mac OS X program that enables users to manage corporate content, recently was launched by enprovia.
BlueJet is fully integrated with the Mac OS environment and is compatible with most enterprise content management systems, the company stated. Users of the program are able to edit documents located in ECM systems, synchronize local copies of documents and make the process more efficient.
The program also features a drag-and-drop function for users to upload, download and move documents, a notifications system, arrangeable lists and document preview option. The smart folder keeps track of documents and informs users of changes currently occurring.
“BlueJet is available for Mac users providing them with comfortable access to their documents, notifying them about any changes in their corporate content,” said Federico Sensi, product manager at enprovia. “BlueJet is a true Mac application and a lot of thought was given to ensure ease-of-use when managing large-sized enterprise content systems.”
The worldwide ECM market continues to expand, reaching nearly $800 million worth of revenue in 2009. According to research by Frost & Sullivan, the ECM market is expected to reach nearly $6 billion in 2016.