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Month: February 2001 (Page 3 of 6)

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.,

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.,

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.,

IBM to OEM Interwoven Content Management for WebSphere

Interwoven, Inc. announced that IBM will OEM a tightly integrated version of Interwoven’s content management software. This OEM announcement expands on the existing close relationship between the two companies. Together with WebSphere, it will provide a scalable solution to deliver personalized, timely, high quality content directly to the right user. IBM customers can leverage this OEM version of Interwoven’s content management software to support complex content management tasks including collaborative, concurrent, multi-author content development of diverse Web assets such as HTML, XML and Multimedia. It will also allow WebSphere application developers to build and test application code in-context of all Web content. IBM WebSphere-driven sites will also be able to take full advantage of Interwoven’s XML publishing, virtualization and workflow which will accelerate the development, approval and deployment of Web content and code. Additionally, Interwoven customers will be able to take advantage of IBM Content Manager, allowing search and retrieval of content that can be fed into both business applications as well as dynamic Web site applications, without the need for replicating content in multiple places. Under the terms of the agreement, Interwoven will build, and IBM will sell, an application-specific version of Interwoven content management software. Companies with multiple Web properties or who require a larger contributor base can seamlessly upgrade to a full version of Interwoven’s enterprise-class content management software suite. The WebSphere-specific content management will provide content delivery through its integration with WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Personalization Server, Enterprise Information Portal, IBM Content Manager and IBM DB2.

Gauss Announces Unified Content Management

Gauss announced its unified content management platform that integrates document, content, portal, and enterprise workflow in one Java-based platform, enabling customers to manage the complete spectrum of content. These capabilities are the fruits of the merger in June 2000 between Gauss Interprise and the former Magellan Software. The Gauss VIP platform bridges the content management divide, unifying Web content and portal management with document management and workflow in one integrated product suite. VIP’s Java- and XML-based technologies provide an open environment for extending e-business and e-commerce capabilities, and empowering those responsible for driving your business relationships with the freedom to manage your Web initiatives.

Autonomy Announces XML Tagger “AXE”

Autonomy Corporation plc announced the release of AXE, a technology that will enable Autonomy’s OEM customers and end-users to overcome the current obstacles in the processing of XML and extend the benefits of information exchange. AXE’s conceptual understanding enables it to automatically insert XML tags and links into documents, based on the concepts contained in the information. This eliminates all manual cost. Secondly, AXE enables XML applications to understand conceptual information, independent of variations in tagging schemas or the variety of applications in use. This means, for example, that legacy data from disparate sources, tagged using different schemas, can be automatically reconciled and operated upon. AXE is a complementary technology to the latest version of Autonomy’s core engine, the Dynamic Reasoning Engine v4.0. It will be made available both to end users and to OEMs. OEMs will embed AXE in their own products as part of the Autonomy Content Infrastructure (ACI), an architecture that enables multiple third party applications to automate the business operations on unstructured data. Preliminary metrics indicate that the AXE-enabled DRE will process XML at speeds of up to 2 gigabytes per hour, the equivalent to 200 documents per second. Operations such as tagging, categorizing and linking are carried out automatically, as hundreds of simultaneous operations occur concurrently.

IntraNet Solutions & ViA Partner to Provide Content Management for Wearable Computers

IntraNet Solutions, Inc, and ViA, Inc., announced they have signed an agreement to provide Web content management for ViA’s wearable computers. Under the agreement, ViA will integrate IntraNet Solutions’ Xpedio Content Management system into its wearable computers, enabling mobile users to wirelessly access, manage and update business content. ViA’s wearable computers allow mobile professionals to access and utilize Xpedio while they are on the job. For example, maintenance and field personnel can view procedural information as they are working on truck fleets or airplane turnaround; energy workers can track and send meter readings back to home base; and surveyors can access and enter land information using the integrated solution. IntraNet Solutions and ViA will jointly market the ViA wearable computer and Xpedio to provide customers with a platform for getting business information to and from mobile workers.,

2Bridge Introduces Personal Portal Server

The 2Bridge Personal Portal lets users create a personalized command center for accessing, permissioning, publishing and sharing web services, documents and rich media, providing a gateway to people, colleagues and communities. The Personal Portal Server can be managed as part of a federated enterprise network of peer-to-peer portal and content servers. The Personal Portal brings a new level of interface and front-end application functionality to browser users. This next-generation multipanel presentation and application framework expands the web browser into “browslets,” or discrete actionable spaces, each of which can be configured and personalized for distributed, shared application services enabling a new, richer form of personalized, peer-to-peer communications. With Personal Portal you can: Use panels to communicate and link devices, including the ability to send email and communicate with wireless devices such as phones or PDAs; Multicast by creating your own content that can be shared with a community of users; Stream application data and business-critical information onto your desktop; And authenticate from any JNDI source, such as LDAP, NT user database, or UNIX permissioning system. It is written in Java and XML and fully browser-based. The 2Bridge Personal Portal will be licensed to enterprises, independent software vendors, system integrators and Value-Added Resellers.

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