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Month: June 1999 (Page 1 of 11)

Macrosoft Joins SER Group

MacroSoft announced that the company has been acquired by SER Systeme AG, the international document management group headquartered in Neustadt/Wied, Germany. SER is the largest European based provider of document management solutions with major divisions in Germany, France, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The acquisition is an important advance in SER

Action Technologies & UWI.Com Team

Action Technologies and UWI.Com announced the integration of Action Technologies’ ActionWorks Metro 5 e-process application server and UWI.Com’s InternetForms Commerce System. The integration enables businesses to automate their e-commerce processes while completely eliminating the need for paper in both internal and external transactions. Organizations can deploy, collect, manage, and process verifiable InternetForms in Metro 5’s Web-based work management environment. Everything from a benefits enrollment form to a high-value international purchase order can travel quickly among designated employees and departments in even the largest organizations. In addition, because InternetForms store all the information needed to provide accurate and verifiable records in a secure digital file, organizations can eliminate their dependence on paper in mission-critical applications. www.actiontech.com

Crescent Deviceware To OEM DataChannel’s RIO

Crescent Deviceware, Inc. announced that it has licensed DataChannel RIO from DataChannel, Inc. to extend Portals to wireless devices. Crescent’s wireless server, codename Blue Moon, will leverage XML in conjunction with RIO to facilitate access to enterprise data resources. It builds on the company’s first wireless product, SmartFinder, a microsearch engine optimized for searching desktop or corporate data using wireless devices. Crescent will offer advanced wireless communication capabilities through the DataChannel RIO 3.2 platform to address the market for mobile information appliances, including smart phones, pagers and PDAs. The company is developing wireless solutions that are based on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). Under the OEM agreement, Crescent will integrate RIO with its products to provide publishing, entitlement, notification, organization and personalized delivery of content to wireless devices via a browser-type interface. www.crescentware.com

Rebol 2.1 Released

Rebol Technologies Tuesday announced Rebol 2.1, the latest release of the universal scripting language that runs on 30 widely used operating system platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Palm OS and Windows CE. Rebol 2.1 will be available this week for free download at the company’s Web site. Rebol is for developers and administrators who need efficient solutions for dozens of day-to-day networking tasks, such as CGI serving, e-mail processing, Internet searching, file transfer, newsgroup and automated Web page retrieval. Rebol provides built-in networking support, eliminating the time-wasting task of calling and integrating different classes, modules and libraries into programs. Additional key features of the Rebol language include its compact size (150k on Windows), full platform independence and built-in network support for common Internet protocols, such as CGI, HTTP, FTP, SMTP and more. New features in Rebol2.1 include an XML parser, refined security such as sandbox directories, and new network features, such as direct access to NNTP. www.rebol.com

Interwoven Teams with IBM on E-Commerce

Interwoven announced its strategic partnership with IBM. As a member of IBM’s Solution Developer Program, Interwoven will work closely with IBM to provide industry-leading solutions for e-business. The first collaborative effort will be integrating IBM Net.Commerce with Interwoven TeamSite to provide a complete Web content management solution for catalog-based e-commerce Web sites. TeamSite enables concurrent development by hundreds or thousands of contributors working with tens of thousands of Web files requiring rapid development and publishing. www.interwoven.com

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