Rivet Logic Moves to Strengthen Interoperability in WCM/WEM Space Through Support for New WEMI Initiative

Posted by on February 10, 2012

Rivet Logic is happy to be one of the original Proposers of OASIS’ new WCM standard initiative, Web Experience Management Interoperability (WEMI). Russ Danner, one of our Senior Architects, is on the Technical Committee that will define the specifications for this emerging standard.

WEMI represents an evolution in WCM and is set to increase interoperability between WCM vendors, thereby driving down costs of Web content integration and publishing. Formed through the standards organization OASIS, WEMI endeavors to define a simple domain model for delivering aggregated content into a total Web Experience.

WEMI comes at the right time, as industry WCM requirements have now expanded to include the creation and management of rich, engaging and consistent Web experiences across multiple online channels that leverage numerous sources of content.

When complete, WEMI’s abstract feature set should constitute an international open standard, widely implemented by WCM/WEM systems. Existing standards only address content interoperability at the lower data level, which forces customers to implement costly customized solutions at the content presentation layer.

In addition to benefiting end users, extensibility of WEMI will allow Rivet Logic to leverage standard solutions across multiple industries and domains, saving our customers time and money.

For more information, visit http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/wemi.