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Hi everyone,

I'm supposed to do a bench-marking for portals (ECM) before choosing the best one to go with in a project that will include it among other technologies. The problem is am new to all of this and its a part of my internship. If anyone can point me to where should I start is welcome.

thank's in advance.
Jul 16 '12 #1
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