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Day: November 16, 1999

West Palm Beach Technologies Launches XML Tools

West Palm Beach Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of extensive XML tools for its (ZERO dash ZERO dot COM) Universal Commerce Portal. These new tools, part of WPBT’s Internet Rapid Application Development (iRAD) solution set, enable companies to rapidly and cost-effectively mine legacy data and exchange trading information among customers, suppliers and business partners.

Interwoven & Art Technology Group Expand Partnership

Interwoven and Art Technology Group announced a significant expansion of their successful partnership based on a series of joint sales, marketing, and development initiatives. Together the companies currently offer an integrated solution of Interwoven TeamSite and ATG’s Dynamo product suite to build, maintain, and extend personalized relationships with online customers. ATG and Interwoven will continue to leverage the advantages of open standards-based architecture ensuring further interoperability, greater flexibility and more rapid time to Web. ATG and Interwoven are building on their customer-proven success and extending their collaborative efforts through new initiatives in sales, marketing, and product development. Joint marketing activities include additional physical and online seminars, as well as trade shows and other events. The companies are investing in additional joint training of their sales organizations and are also cooperating to bring the integrated solution to more customers, more efficiently and more effectively.,

SS&C Technologies Announces Advancements

SS&C Technologies, Inc unveiled the first phase of its XE (Cross Enterprise) application platform. According to SS&C, the XE development platform utilizes Microsoft’s Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) development strategy and Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) messaging services to deliver XML messages across a wide area, virtual private network (VPN) on the Internet. The XML messages contain workflow instructions, as well as content and schema description. MacLaughlin expects the Antares XE/CAMRA XE solution to be in beta by the end of the year.

The E-Content Company Introduces XML Dynamic Content Web Server

The e-content company, a division of Interleaf, Inc. announced BladeRunner Web, a highly scalable dynamic XML content server. Designed to host the next generation web site, BladeRunner Web reinforces the e-content company’s position by delivering an end-to-end XML content management solution that enables content creators to publish content in virtually any format to a variety of web-enabled devices. With BladeRunner Web, companies can now better leverage their valuable content and the Web to build successful e-businesses through e-relationships. BladeRunner Web is an extension of the e-content company’s XML-based content management solution. Designed specifically for the next generation Web, BladeRunner Web is highly scalable so it can handle volumes of information and a large number of Web-based transactions. A primary benefit to BladeRunner Web is that it holds a single copy of HTML or XML content from which virtually any number of presentations can be dynamically generated by simply applying the appropriate XSL style sheet. This eliminates the redundancy of having to manually re-create many versions of the content for each presentation. In addition, BladeRunner Web features a distinct set of tools including Composer/Styler which allows users to edit XML and create customized style sheets; XML Authoring for Microsoft Word, an add-on for enabling XML output from this popular word processing application; and a collection of management tools that allows users to monitor and control content operations. BladeRunner Web is scheduled for general release in the first quarter of calendar year 2000.

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