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SamePage is an enterprise wiki application written in Java with a WYSIWYG user interface. Developed and marketed by eTouch Systems, SamePage is sold as a hosted/Software as a service (SaaS) or on-premise software solution for collaboration and knowledge management. It is not an open-source solution.
SamePage is a scalable and dynamic wiki that enables its users to collaborate online, share knowledge and company information and communicate in a secure, well-supported online environment.
SamePage is used by medium and large enterprises around the world, including Alcatel-Lucent, NASA, Citrix, Hestia, Teradyne, Siemens, NY State Unified Court System and Loyola Marymount University (LMU).
SamePage is supported in a strategic partnership with Cisco/WebEx and has additional distribution channels via Etelos. In April 2009, it became the first enterprise wiki available on the Force.com AppExchange from salesforce.com.
SamePage features do not include a wiki syntax nor does it provide dynamic topic linking.
On April 26, 2011, eTouch released version 4.4 of SameTouch.
 See Also
- "New Social Features and Document-Management Capabilities in SamePage 4.4". eTouch. 2011-04-26. Retrieved 2012-02-01.
- SamePage website
- A Wiki Wonderland, KM World, September 16, 2009
- eTouch SamePage Publishes Enterprise Wiki Case Study on Cal Poly Pomona, eSchool News, August 19, 2009
- Enterprise Wiki SamePage Now On SalesForce.com AppExchange, TechCrunch IT, April 15, 2009
- Wiki: Silly Name, Useful Technology, Network World, March 12, 2009
- The SaaS Deployment Model Offered in an On Premise Wiki, CMS Wire, Feb 13., 2009
- The Maturation of Enterprise Wikis, KM World, Oct. 8, 2008