BackWeb Technologies, announced an OEM license agreement with i7 Business Solutions that enables i7 to integrate its component-based Internet application INTELLIinformation with BackWeb’s Internet communications platform. This integration enables the delivery of time-sensitive, business-critical information from internal or external sources to targeted end-users within a single application interface. The INTELLIinformation Solution package, with BackWeb’s Internet communications platform, provides a document management and delivery process for consulting companies and systems integrators. BackWeb’s Flash technology will be used to deliver time-sensitive, project-critical information to the desktop of the user. The Flashes can contain any type of file or media, and are automatically delivered to a consultant or systems integrator’s desktop, regardless of the application in use. The notifications can be set for minimum, medium or maximum priority depending on the urgency of the message. In addition to the INTELLIinformation Solution package, i7 Business Solutions and BackWeb Technologies are currently working with several insurance companies in Europe to create an application designed specifically for the insurance industry. www.i7-business.com, www.backweb.com.
NCompass Labs, a provider of Web publishing and content management solutions, and Information Access, Inc. (IAI), a value-added distributor of document management solutions, today announced that IAI has joined the NCompass Labs Partner Program. This partnership will allow IAI to resell NCompass Resolution, the leading Web content architecture application, as part of its Web document management solution offerings. www.ncompasslabs.com, .
Interleaf, Inc. announced it has agreed to acquire substantially all of the assets of Texcel International AB, provider of XML-enabled content management solutions. Texcel, founded in 1991, provides software and services to corporations and government agencies that depend on information access and efficient reuse for competitive advantage, through its product, Information Manager. The integration of Information Manager
Report2Web Corporation, a provider of Web-based enterprise reporting solutions, announced plans to introduce Report2Web 2.0, an “enterprise report portal.” The software, which will be available in April, is designed to give users easy access to business information via a standard Web browser. Report2Web uses Internet server technology to securely distribute any report, anywhere, at any time through a single user-friendly interface. Similar to the ease of use of popular external Web portals, the software uses a company