Adobe LiveCycle will be at the core of a new £2.3million project with the British Library, Capgemini has announced. Adobe appears to be quite enthusiastic about this. Ben Forsaith on the Adobe Enterprise Blog writes:
The IT services giant has been appointed to design and implement an integrated request management and delivery system. This will dramatically change and improve the online services which the British Library provides to its users.
A test phase of the project is set get underway soon. Capgemini and Adobe have successfully worked together on a number of other government projects, hence the decision to use the LiveCycle software suite.
This is a great example of a public institution investing in state-of-the-art technology solutions. We’re incredibly excited to be involved.
If you are interested in this project, Adobe plans to provide updates on its progress at the aforementioned blog.