The Software AG Technology Community has merged with the webMethods user platform, wMUsers, and now offers access to the world’s largest webMethods knowledge base with over 140 000 posts. Members of the Technology Community value the rapid networking, topic-specific groups and optimum support services free of charge for the entire Software AG portfolio at the push of a button.
Software AG’s Technology Community was launched back in 2001 and offered the opportunity for “social collaboration” at a time when what is now a technological megatrend did not even have a name yet.
Since that time, the TECHcommunity has grown steadily and offers social collaboration opportunities par excellence: Discussion forums, wikis, newsletters and chats are just a few examples of social collaboration in professional working environments.
The wMUsers community is an independent community that was founded at the same time and provided webMethods experts with a platform for sharing their knowledge and expertise to better support their customers and employees.
It quickly gained recognition as the best place to find webMethods experts willing to rapidly respond to urgent questions from other users. For those who had little experience with webMethods, it was a welcome opportunity for learning to work with the webMethods portfolio.
The integration with Software AG’s TECHcommunity expands the expert knowledge from the wMUsers forums with opportunities for technical discussions on Software AG’s webMethods products. While wMUsers specialised in the integration server and broker products, the TECHcommunity provides the latest on functions and product versions for the entire suite.
“The TECHcommunity forums are the single best place to gain technical insights and participate in peer discussions about the complete Software AG portfolio,” says Mark Carlson, president of
“With a team dedicated to its success, you can count on the TECHcommunity to facilitate the collection of knowledge from more than 35 000 users worldwide today and for years to come.”
The Technology Community has grown by more than 20 000 members since the beginning of 2012 and now has over 140 000 posts in its various discussion forums. This knowledge database has more than tripled in the last three years. The community is accessed on average 20 000 times a day.