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Day: January 29, 2001

Tacit ESP Brings People to Corporate Portals

Tacit Knowledge Systems, Inc. announced the availability of “Tacit ESP (Expertise Search for Portals),” a new product designed to help companies manage business complexity more effectively by delivering the full human ingenuity of the enterprise through a corporate portal. Tacit ESP is a simple expertise automation solution that installs alongside an Enterprise Information Portal (EIP), infers expertise from published content, and adds “people search” capabilities to the portal. By putting “people in the portal,” portal users can access the expertise of others when the content in the portal alone does not fully address their needs. Tacit ESP Plus adds the capability to “profile” expertise using profile management facilities. The Tacit Expertise Portlet (for Lotus Development Corporation’s K-Station) combines expertise with the portal’s information and focuses on “people-to-people” connections. The Tacit Expertise Gadget (for the Plumtree Corporate Portal) combines expertise with the portal’s information to ensure that all of the enterprise’s available resources are made available to every individual through a single point of access. Tacit KnowledgeMail 2.0 delivers full expertise automation through tight integration with enterprise e-mail, Web Browsers, and the Windows Desktop; and Tacit Expertise Toolkit allows corporate and commercial application developers to access the Tacit Server to develop custom Web-based or proprietary expertise automation solutions through XML APIs. The software is sold on a server and client-access basis. Enterprise pricing is available.

Trapezo & eBT Align to Provide Content Management & Syndication

Trapezo announced an alliance with eBT to provide a content management, integration and syndication application. The enterprise-scale application will target Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 companies to streamline and simplify content management for their online content and commerce partnerships. Trapezo and eBT’s alliance offers a content management application that will combine eBT’s engenda, an XML-based content management and workflow automation solution, with Trapezo’s Partner Fusion Platform, a hosted application enabling clients to easily integrate external content while syndicating their own. The content management applications’ existing compatibility will drive content anywhere partnerships are established: intranets, extranets, the Web, Email, and over wireless devices and PDA’s. Future plans include seamlessly integrating the solution between platforms, collaborative sales initiatives, and mutual marketing activities.,

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