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Day: February 19, 2001 (Page 1 of 2)

IntraNet Solutions & CLM Bring Content Management to Brazil

IntraNet Solutions, Inc. announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with CLM Software, a Brazilian e-business solutions provider for Internet professionals. Under the agreement, CLM will introduce and resell IntraNet Solutions’ Xpedio Web Content Management suite to the Brazilian market as part of its catalog of e-business solutions. The alliance provides CLM’s partners and customers with a secure, rapidly deployable Web content management system designed to meet the needs of business-to-business and business-to-employee Web sites. Through the partnership, IntraNet Solutions will have access to CLM’s 2,200 customers, ranging from banking to leading e-commerce enterprises. Xpedio is priced from $50,000 to $240,000. www.intranetsolutions.com, www.clm.com.br

Moai & Requisite Partner

Moai Technologies, Inc. and Requisite Technology, Inc., announced a strategic partnership that will bring together Moai’s LiveExchange strategic sourcing and negotiation technology and Requisite’s catalog content management platform, including Requisite’s BugsEye catalog finding engine. This partnership will combine cataloging and online negotiation software so marketplaces, corporate procurement professionals and supply chain professionals can better manage their e-procurement needs using an integrated catalog and strategic sourcing solution. One potential application for such an integrated B2B solution includes managing supplier content and pricing through a catalog linked to multi-layer negotiation for use in marketplaces or in corporate purchasing strategic sourcing initiatives. Both companies also plan to initiate joint marketing activities to support the partnership, targeting net market makers and corporate customers seeking to establish marketplaces that leverage online catalogs and negotiated sourcing models. www.requisite.com, www.moai.com

Moreover & Autonomy Partner to Deliver News to Corporate Portals

Moreover and Autonomy announced a partnership aimed at bringing breaking news to enterprise portals. As part of the agreement, Autonomy’s Portal-in-a-Box will provide access to Moreover’s dynamic Web news database. That means Autonomy customers will now have quick access to all relevant news from thousands of online sources. The partnership provides Moreover with an additional channel into the enterprise, while enabling Autonomy to take full advantage of the benefits of a clean and structured Web news database. Integration has been completed for select Autonomy Portal-in-a-Box customers and Moreover-indexed headlines will be generally available by early Q2, 2001. www.moreover.com, www.autonomy.com

Enigma Introduces 3C E-Commerce Platform

Enigma introduced its 3C Platform for content-driven e-commerce for the support chain. Through integrated content, commerce and collaboration capabilities, the Enigma 3C Platform enables manufacturers of capital equipment to capture a greater share of highly profitable aftermarket revenues and maintain better post-sale services and support relationships with customers. Equipment operators benefit by realizing greater efficiency in maintenance and operations and through product support, leading to improved equipment utilization and uptime. The 3C Platform allows OEMs; Operators; and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities to be linked via the Web and customer intranets. The original product content (intellectual property) continues to reside on the OEM’s extranet for aftermarket support and services, however customers can now establish many subsets of the OEM “master” site on intranets behind their firewalls. The customers can then integrate their own content, such as best practices or alternate procedures, to these sites, as well as aggregate other suppliers’ technical information into their intranets. With Enigma’s 3C Platform, the OEM’s Web site and the remote intranet sites can then be directly linked to ERP, e-procurement and order management systems to generate a complete support chain solution. The Enigma 3C Platform consists of the CommunitySight product for Collaboration, and two other sets of packaged solutions addressing Content and Commerce applications. InSight and DynaWeb are distributed content management applications, which automate the aggregation and delivery of multi-format, complex, structured documents. PartSight is Enigma’s dynamic catalog management application, which integrates multiple graphic formats with rich content. Enigma’s Xtend is a content and catalog management suite that allows equipment operators to modify OEM-supplied information for their own intranets. CommerceSight is the core commerce application in the Enigma 3C Platform, which links ERP, MRP, e-procurement and order management systems with the technical information customers need to make aftermarket purchasing decisions. The Enigma 3C Platform is available now. Pricing starts at $250,000. www.enigma.com

Openpages Acquires Viveca

Openpages, Inc. announced the stock acquisition of Viveca, Inc., a provider of solutions for B2B content and online catalogs. With this acquisition, Openpages is moving into the B2B market. Openpages plans to deliver a product integrating Viveca’s technology by the end of 2001 to help businesses meet the content challenge of business-to-business e-commerce: aggregating, normalizing, converting, managing and syndicating content between suppliers, partners and customers. The Viveca acquisition creates new technology to produce content for electronic commerce by intelligently managing the content from beyond the enterprise–product content from suppliers and partners. Viveca’s technology acquires the raw information that powers electronic commerce — unstructured and structured product and catalog content — and normalizes it into a format that Openpages’ ContentWare produces for distribution to common websites, net markets, private exchanges and print catalogs. www.openpages.com

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