The company expanded its Integrated Activity Management strategy to help users deliver composite applications that allow employees, customers and partners of an enterprise to collaborate across systems, platforms and business boundaries.
They include the launch of web services-based application programming interfaces for Plumtree Collaboration and Search Server, which the company said would dramatically increase the speed and flexibility with which Plumtree users can assemble composite applications.
Plumtree chief executive John Kunze said, "In steadfast commitment to being the most open framework for delivering composite applications, we have today delivered both Java and .net versions of our suite."
Other products introduced at the conference include Collaboration Server 4.0, which boasts integration with desktop and personal productivity tools, making collaboration on both sides of the firewall easier.
Plumtree also launched Content Server 6.0, which offers distributed content administration, desktop integration and templates to enable experts to publish content and populate applications on their own.