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Munwar Shariff

Munwar Shariff, as a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at CIGNEX Datamatics, brings over 20 years of industry experience and proven technical leadership. He oversees the enterprise architecture solution team and provides strategic planning to achieve business goals by identifying and prioritizing technology-based services and solutions. Defining initiatives and setting timetables for the evaluation, development, and deployment of pioneering technologies are his areas of expertise.

He is an entrepreneur, open source technologist, and author of the following four technical books:

  • Plone Live
  • Implementing Alfresco
  • Alfresco3 WCM
  • Alfresco3 ECM

He contributes to the open source community by journaling submissions on open source CMS, and has been a featured speaker at AIIM USA, JBoss World, DAM Conference, Plone Conference, Linux World, Gilbane, CTC, Yahoo OSCMS, Saudi Government, and CA World.

Munwar has also served on board at the Plone Foundation and is currently a board member at CIGNEX Datamatics.

Snehal Shah

Snehal Shah has extensive experience in implementing Enterprise Web Applications using J2EE technologies. At CIGNEX Datamatics, he has rolled out numerous Alfresco deployments worldwide in the areas of Document, Web Content Management, and Share. He has also worked on applications based on Liferay and Moodle products. Prior to CIGNEX, he has worked on various J2EE-based solutions using cutting-edge technologies.

He has worked with clients in the education, legal, and marketing domain across the world. He has worked on defining the architecture for various projects that involve multiple product integrations. In his previous organizations, he was involved in deciding technology paths of the organization and involved in various internal trainings in the technical part.

He holds a Bachelor in Computer Engineering from Deemed University, DDIT, India. He has also worked as a technical reviewer for the books titled Alfresco 3 Cookbook and Alfresco Share.

Rajesh R Avatani

Rajesh R Avatani leads the Alfresco Practice at CIGNEX Datamatics. He has earned his Masters in Computer Application from Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot, India.

He is well versed with all the phases of the Software Development Lifecycle and has strong hands-on experience in leading and implementing Java, J2EE, Object Oriented Architecture based projects, and Alfresco-based ECM Solutions. He has around 5 years of experience in Alfresco. He has mainly worked on Alfresco integration projects as a Technical Architect and Project Manager, in other terms, as a Techno Manager.

He has worked on projects where Alfresco was integrated with Liferay, Drupal, and other web applications. He has also implemented the Contract Lifecycle Management System developed on Alfresco. He has successfully implemented Alfresco-based ECM solutions for various industries into healthcare, finance, insurance, banking, education, and so on.

Jayesh Prajapati

Jayesh Prajapati is a Senior Consultant at CIGNEX Datamatics. He has extensive experience in implementing Enterprise Web Applications using J2EE technologies. For the past six years, at CIGNEX Datamatics, he has rolled out numerous Alfresco deployments worldwide in the areas of Document and Web Content Management. He has worked on Performance-tuning projects where Alfresco was deployed in clustered and load balanced environments. He has also implemented Integrated Content Management Portal (ICMP) where Alfresco WCM is used as the central repository and Liferay as Portal. He has also implemented Alfresco WCM to serve Flex-based portals. He has worked with clients in the travel and hospitality, healthcare, academic, and high-tech domains. He has been involved in providing training on Alfresco Document Management.

Jayesh holds an MS in Computer Applications and Information technologies from the North Gujarat University, India

Vandana Pal

Vandana Pal is a Senior Consultant at CIGNEX Datamatics. She has more than 4 years of experience in the IT industry. She has an extensive experience in implementing Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Web Content Management, and System Integration. Vandana holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Information Technology from the Gujarat University.

She started her career with open source products such as Alfresco and Liferay. She has hands-on experience in implementing Alfresco-based solutions for various domains such as media, healthcare, and finance. She has extensively explored and implemented Complex workflow, UI customization, web scripts, and performance tuning in Alfresco. She has provided in-house training for Alfresco. She also has an experience of teaching Engineering students for a few months.

Vinita Choudhary

Vinita Choudhary is a senior consultant at CIGNEX. She has extensive experience in working in a variety of environments with cross-functional, multi-cultural teams as a business analyst and has provided feedback on usability and functional gaps in process flows and proposed solutions.

She has re-organized existing repository of documentation, written guidelines for document creation, filing and change control, wrote reference and training material for software developers and published the same. She is involved in providing presales support to the sales team and has worked on process streamlining for the company and various documentation aspects. Vinita holds a Masters in Computer Applications degree from Gujarat University, India.

Amita Bhandari

Amita Bhandari is a senior consultant at CIGNEX. As a senior developer, she has rolled out numerous Alfresco deployments world-wide. She has extensive experience in implementing Enterprise Web Applications using J2EE technologies such as JSP, Servlets, Spring, Hibernate, Web Services, Web Scripts and MVC Frameworks.

She has worked with clients in media and gaming, healthcare and e-governance. She trained many students in Java and advanced Java technologies. She holds a Masters in Computer Applications from Rajasthan University, India.

Pallika Majmudar

Pallika Majmudar is a consultant at CIGNEX Technologies. She is very experienced in Java/J2EE domain including the frameworks such as Struts, Spring, Hibernate, Web services, and Web scripts.

She has worked on various CMS applications for the customers in United States, Hong Kong and India. She has implemented Alfresco for clients across verticals like Media, Healthcare, Hi-tech and Communications. Pallika has earned her Masters in Computer Application degree from Gujarat University, India.

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workflow sections for business owners 21. Oktober 2013
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf
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The back cover suggests that the book is for 'experienced users, business owners or system administrators who want to install and use Alresco in their teams or businesses'. After a reading of it, I opine that it is not well suited for the typical business owner, who cannot be expected to have much computing experience at the programming level. Rather, it is meant for a combination of an experienced user and a sysadmin.

For this version 4, if you have indeed used earlier versions, then much of the text content and numerous screen captures should easily make sense. There is a lot of pages where you can customise the many attributes for your content of documents. Like being able to transform content from Microsoft Doc to Adobe PDF, or to convert from JPG or GIF to PNG. And for documents, there are nifty abilities like adding a summary property or to turn on versioning.

But there is only so much you can do from the GUI. Further extensions are possible by you writing javascript. As you should appreciate, this lets you introduce arbitrarily complex rules, limited only by your ability to code and debug them.

Another source of complexity in Alfresco is the use of XML configuration files. As with other packages, these files are getting larger. The text has several cases of XML snippets where this is readily apparent.

Perhaps the broadest use of Alfesco is in the mapping from a business workflow to a content oriented instantiation. Here is where a business owner might look. But she will likely need the assistance of a more computer technical employee to walk through the later sections of the book that deal with this.
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Good for Alfresco newbies, harder sell if you have read previous version 8. Januar 2014
Von Johnny Gee - Veröffentlicht auf
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If you are new comer to Alfresco, then this book is for you. It covers all the basics for Alfresco 4.1.2 Enterprise Edition. If you are familiar with Alfresco 3 or you have purchased the previous version Alfresco 3 book, there is not really much of a change. In fact, the table of contents of Alfresco 4 is pretty much the same as Alfresco 3.

I got the most value out of this book from workflow and scanning solution integration.

Support for advanced workflows is now provided by Activiti workflow engine. The author does an excellent job introducing BPMN and workflow basics of Activiti workflow. There are step by step instructions on how to use Activiti Process Designer to define custom workflow as well as potential extensions to the individual tasks in the workflow.

There is a new chapter in this book that talks about the integration between Ephesoft and Alfresco. If you are not familiar with various scanning products like Captiva and Kofax, Ephesoft is open source product that integrates directly with Alfresco. Not only does it have basic features OCR and indexing, it also has ability to classify and automatically extract data from forms.

All of major ECM vendors have advanced workflow engine and integration with advanced scanning solution. With the introduction of the Activiti and tight integration with Ephesoft, Alfresco 4 is quickly catching up to EMC, IBM, and Microsoft. I am glad that the author covered these two topics; my only wish is that he would have covered them in more detail.
Probably the only book on Alfresco 4.0, as I write this review 15. Dezember 2013
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As the title suggests this book is written for Alfresco 4 Enterprise edition (commercial), however most of these examples should work on the free edition as well. “Alfresco 4 Enterprise content management and implementation” is probably the only Alfresco ECM book out in the market for “Version 4” as on Dec 2013. It is needless to say this book has no competition. Never the less this book is a well written one. Following Alfresco 3 Enterprise content management, which makes it the second version even more solid.

This Alfresco book covers but not limited to topics such as installation, getting started, security, workflow, other application integration, alfresco share, UI customization, search, imaging and Forms Processing and systems administration. The topics are explained with appropriate diagrams, configuration screen shots, example configuration files and java scripts; which makes this book easy to follow. This book can be used as a cookbook as well.

Alfresco 4 ECM can be used by the beginners as well as advanced users. This book shall help users with implementation basics, application and process integration, systems administration, as a reference book or even as a cook book for implementing certain technology or integration. Basic linux administration HTML, XML, JavaScript knowledge will be useful while following this book.

Some of the chapters can be useful for business owner, process owners or project managers who wants to take full advantage of alfresco ECM, in terms of mapping business process to the application or leveraging application features in the business e.g. introduction to Alfresco, Implementing Business Rules, Implementing Workflow etc.
Thank you Amazon, Packt and Munwar Shariff for your great work and great help on Alfresco projects !!! 11. Dezember 2013
Von Sam - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition
I am an enterprise architect and I have a few Alfresco projects going on, as Alfresco is rapidly replacing Documentum, FileNet and other EDMS in many enterprises (and government agencies). So I went and bought all the Alfresco books available on Amazon, as a EA and PM, I do not have much time to learn all the new technology so I read ebooks when I have 10 minutes here and there between meetings. My surprise was that majority of the Alfresco books out there are for a older version of Alfresco (version 3), and many of the code example, deployment procedures simply would not work.

So after 10+ Alfresco books, I can only recommend 'Alfresco 4 Enterprise Content Management Implementation' book, and there is another Alfresco 4 book, I personally like this book because it is written in such a way that is very clear, practical and easy to follow. If I would like to design the Alfresco to a backend system, I can just read the CMIS section and there is working examples that I can follow.

And also I love Packt Publishing for their super easy to use eBooks app and management system and their pricing for eBooks.

Thank you Amazon, Packt and Munwar Shariff for your great work and great help on Alfresco projects !!!

Sam Wu
Enterprise Architect
Reston, VA
Good for beginners 21. Februar 2015
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Great book for beginners, good examples and they are easy to adapt for your personal case...
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