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Day: March 2, 1999

webMethods announces support for cXML

webMethods Inc., provider of XML-based business-to-business e-commerce and integration solutions, announced that it will support Commerce XML (cXML), an open XML-based standard created to facilitate e-commerce within trading communities.webMethods is among 40 companies that have joined Ariba Technologies in the development of cXML, a suite of lightweight XML DTDs and their associated processes that define the exchange of catalog content and transaction information between buyers and suppliers.

UWI.Com retains Pricewaterhouse Coopers to secure partnership

UWI.Com, the provider of XML-based Internet forms for business-to-business e-commerce, announced that the company is actively seeking a strategic partnership that will take advantage of the market for the company’s solutions. The company has retained the services of PricewaterhouseCoopers Securities LLC to facilitate this strategic move. Qualified parties are invited to access the corporate profile website at or contact Mark Fahlberg at: 703/610-7550.

Micro Modeling partners with Object Design

Micro Modeling Associates (MMA), a technology consulting firm, announced a strategic partnership with Object Design. MMA will leverage Object Design’s object-oriented database management systems and tools, including eXcelon, their XML data server, to develop customized business solutions and Web applications for large corporations. As a premier member of ODI’s eXtreme Advantage Partner Program, MMA will integrate eXcelon into its enterprise knowledge management service offering for Fortune 500 businesses. MMA participated on Object Design’s eXcelon steering committee alongside companies such as KPMG and Knight-Ridder, and is now incorporating eXcelon into its own technology framework.

Interleaf upgrade for WorldView and RDM users

Interleaf, Inc. announced the availability of BusinessWeb 2.0 and BusinessWeb Plus 2.0, Web-enabled e-content solutions. BusinessWeb and BusinessWeb Plus combine Web technology with Interleaf’s document management, distribution, workflow and Web viewing software to provide secure, Web-enabled access to Interleaf WorldView Press document collections and Interleaf RDM document repositories. BusinessWeb and BusinessWeb Plus enable browser search, retrieval and viewing of intranet-based corporate document repositories and electronic collections from a Java-enabled browser. The BusinessWeb viewing solution resides on the client, while BusinessWeb Plus uses a thin-client Java applet solution. Interleaf has integrated advances in its Xtravert Java viewing technology. The Xtravert technology allows users to more easily search through text in Web documents, and for users of BusinessWeb Plus, replaces the WorldView Java Viewer with Java viewing technology, expanded user interface and better text and graphic rendering techniques. Both solutions now offer document printing support for Postscript or PCL printers.

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