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Month: July 1999 (Page 1 of 9)

Global Compliance Announces Enterprise Desktop for Domino.Doc

Global Compliance, LLC announced Enterprise Desktop for Domino.Doc, a customizable Windows interface for Domino.Doc. Using Enterprise Desktop, line-of-business personnel throughout an enterprise simply profile any electronic document according to an area, sub-area, document type, etc. and it is automatically stored inside the Domino.Doc library. Since Enterprise Desktop remembers which documents each user has been working on, they can be quickly retrieved. For more complex document research situations, users can conduct profile, full-text, or combined searches. Enterprise Desktop includes innovative features like complete email integration, project foldering, quick viewer, Windows Explorer integration, and support for mobile users. Built as a Visual Basic application, and optionally licensed with source code, Enterprise Desktop gives organizations an alternative interface to the Lotus Notes and Web browser interfaces that come standard with Domino.Doc. Customers can further tailor the interface and easily integrate other business applications such as ERP, financial, legal, and compliance systems with their document management system. www.globalcompliance.com

SoftQuad & Object Design Form Strategic Alliance

SoftQuad Software Inc. and Object Design, Inc. announced a strategic alliance to integrate and jointly market SoftQuad’s XMetaL XML authoring environment and Object Design’s eXcelon XML eBusiness information server. The integrated products provide customers with a complete solution for developing, managing and publishing XML content for a wide variety of eBusiness applications, including knowledge management, Web product catalogs, Web publishing, etc. SoftQuad has built a special XMetaL Integration Toolkit for eXcelon, providing users with an extremely efficient way to store and retrieve XML documents. eXcelon also automates the security, administration and on-line publishing of XMetaL-generated content. www.softquad.com, www.objectdesign.com

Adhesive Software Introduces Web-Site Management Tool for E-Business

Adhesive Software, Inc., introduced an e-business system designed to quickly deploy and easily manage all aspects of an online business. Adhesive’s new Bizflash e-business system is suitable for both”business-to-business” and “business-to-consumer” operations. Bizflash helps manage the entire online selling process, from updating product offerings to capturing initial transaction data to fulfilling orders and following up (including cross promotion). Bizflash also has the unique ability to “syndicate” an e-business to third-party Web sites.

Adhesive Software Introduces Web-Site Management Tool for E-Business

Adhesive Software, Inc., introduced an e-business system designed to quickly deploy and easily manage all aspects of an online business. Adhesive’s new Bizflash e-business system is suitable for both”business-to-business” and “business-to-consumer” operations. Bizflash helps manage the entire online selling process, from updating product offerings to capturing initial transaction data to fulfilling orders and following up (including cross promotion). Bizflash also has the unique ability to “syndicate” an e-business to third-party Web sites.

OASIS Summer Workshop — Special Offer

Companies, individuals and industry associations involved in XML are invited to participate in the sixth annual OASIS Summer Workshop. This year, Workshop highlights will include sessions dedicated to the Consortium’s Registry and Repository and XML Conformance Technical Committees. In addition to OASIS committee working sessions, the OASIS Board of Directors will conduct their quarterly meeting, interface with the Board of Directors of CGM Open, an OASIS affiliate organization, and meet with the XML.org Steering Committee. The recently formed XML.org Steering Committee, comprised of representatives from XML.org sponsoring organizations including Commerce One, DataChannel, Documentum, GCA, IBM, Oracle, SAP, SoftQuad and Sun Microsystems, will hold their second strategy meeting during which they will finalize policy regarding allowed schema languages for schema submissions for XML.org. Registrations are now being accepted for the three-day meeting that will address future directions for the registry and repository capabilities of XML.org, the XML industry portal, and other OASIS technical projects. The members-only event, which will be held August 11-13 in Montreal, Canada, is expected to attract XML users and vendors from around the world. For the first time ever, the OASIS Summer Workshop is open to individuals, who are now able to join the consortium as part of recently restructured membership. As a special incentive, the OASIS Summer Workshop’s 150 USD meeting fee will be waived for Individuals who join OASIS for 250 USD before 10 August. www.oasis-open.org/forms/summerworkshop.htm

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