eTouch SamePage, a dynamic enterprise wiki, today announced it has enhanced its features and capabilities to better support large enterprises with the introduction of SamePage version 4.0.The latest release of SamePage leverages newer Java technologies that improve scalability and performance while providing new REST-based Web services to integrate SamePage with other enterprise applications. This also enables direct content creation between the wiki and web portals. In addition, with SamePage version 4.0 users can now create and collaborate around charts and tables with new database and chart plug-ins. "The scalability of SamePage is unique in the industry, and our recent focus has been on improving our wiki's functionalities and features even more in order to better meet the needs of large enterprises and growing organizations," said Aniruddha Gadre, CEO of eTouch Systems. "We've seen an increase in activity as businesses across various industries become more interested in the potential benefits of wikis. The features, usability and dynamic interface of SamePage highlight the advantages of well-designed enterprise wikis, as compared to open source wikis." SamePage 4.0 is the new baseline version. The complete list of features and release notes are available at: http://support.etouch.net/cm/wiki/?id=57940 "Large companies are furiously searching for effective ways to collaborate outside of traditional and laborious methods, such as email," said Alex Jefferies, senior research analyst with Aberdeen. "The benefit of an enterprise wiki is that it allows for efficient project or procedure collaboration, without burdening employees with a never-ending flurry of emails. Organizations who are currently using internal wikis have found applicable uses in everything from project collaboration to creating a dynamic glossary of company-specific terms and practices to help onboard new hires."