Organisations using Jadu’s web content management system (CMS) will get a free enhancement to enable blogging on their websites and Intranets, as part of the company’s ongoing upgrade programme.

Jadu Blogs allows non-technical users to quickly and easily create, edit and publish multiple blogs and blog entries on a website. The blogs are fully integrated with the Jadu CMS, enabling users to further enrich and personalise their website content and syndicate news and announcements to third parties.

Suraj Kika, CEO of Jadu says, "Blogs are a key enabler for helping us provide information organisation and knowledge management. We want to focus our blogging technology on collaboration, content and file management, to enable open communications and knowledge sharing between people, projects and departments."

Jadu will be upgrading all its customers, including its government users, to the new Jadu 1.7 CMS platform over the next 12 months. The upgrade will feature major Web 2.0 technologies such as web mash-up page design, RSS feed aggregation, tagging and now blogging. The first Jadu customers to be upgraded to the Jadu CMS 1.7 platform include The Alzheimer’s Society, The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and North Warwickshire Borough Council.

"We’re committed to helping our customers to take advantage of applications that enable information to be published and shared more easily. Blogs are an excellent way of adding new content to a webpage quickly and easily. We’re enabling our customers to take advantage of this new product development for free, giving users the tools to create their own content, without needing technical skills or previous blogging experience," adds Kika.

"What’s exciting," continues Kika, "is where we are taking blogging in the next 12 months."


About Jadu

Jadu helps businesses and public sector organisations to create and manage their online presence quickly, simply and cost effectively. Jadu was formed in 2001 to provide Content Management Systems (CMS) for government organisations. Since its first implementation for the DTI's Oil and Gas portal in 2002, Jadu has evolved further and been implemented for hundreds of private and public sector organisations across the UK.

Providing a refreshing approach to Enterprise Content Management, Jadu offers ground-breaking functionality including integrated Google searches, user intelligence and full statistical reporting, full eGIF and eGMS compliance, intelligent FAQs with a host of other web productivity tools and unparalleled support service.

For further information, please contact:

Stephanie Marshall / James Marples

Berkeley PR

Tel: 01629 826 942



Published on: 12:00AM on 7th December 2007