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Month: February 1999 (Page 1 of 11)

Xyvision’s Parlance Document Manager now on NT

Xyvision Enterprise Solutions, Inc.(XyEnterprise) announced the availability of its two products, Parlance Document Manager and Xyvision Production Publisher (XPP)for the Microsoft Windows NT Platform. Both NT products will afford XyEnterprise customers the same information management and high-speed publishing capabilities experienced on UNIX platforms, while allowing them to take advantage of the cost and ease of use offered by Windows NT.

Extricity names Jim Lochry VP Sales

Extricity Software, Inc., supplier of business-to-business integration applications, added Jim Lochry as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Lochry, formerly the Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Versant Object Technology and with five years experience as a senior sales executive at Oracle Corporation, brings over 15 years of experience in successfully driving sales efforts in the enterprise software arena.

Object Design announces eXcelon shipping and partner program

Object Design, Inc., announced that it has launched the eXtreme Advantage Partner Program for solutions providers and systems integrators interested in reselling or providing services based on the company’s new eXcelon XML data server .eXcelon, which began shipping today. EXcelon supports Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 platforms. Unix support will be available soon. eXcelon is available now from Object Design’s eXtreme Advantage Partners. Pricing for development licenses start at $995 per developer. Pricing for deployment licenses start at $15,000 per CPU.

iLumin to provide secure enforceable transactions

iLumin Corporation, an Internet e-commerce company providing enforceable electronic transactions for the Internet E-conomy), announced the addition of Intel’s Pentium III processor serial number as an optional added security feature in iLumin’s newest suite of software products and services. iLumin’s products and services allow the purchase of automobiles and homes, the completion of corporate mergers and court filings, and the electronic execution of legally binding document transactions over the Internet. iLumin’s software combines documents based on XML, proprietary automated processing, and secure digital signatures to facilitate the execution and filing of documents of business, government, and commerce over the Internet. With the addition of Intel’s Pentium III processor serial number feature, iLumin’s Paranoid-by-Design suite of products will incorporate the additional security feature of identifying the machine from which the document was sent as well as the machine receiving the document.

Brio to acquire Sqribe

Brio Technology Inc., a supplier of Business intelligence software, said yesterday it will buy Sqribe Technologies, a provider of enterprise portal software. The price is about $270 million. The companies said they will integrate their product lines. Upon the closing of the transaction, former Brio shareholders will hold approximately 55% of the combined company, with former Sqribe shareholders holding approximately 45%.,

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