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Day: April 22, 2001

Bowstreet Introduces Portal Solution

Bowstreet announced the commercial availability of Business Web Portal Solutions, a ready-to-use suite of products that enables businesses to produce customizable portals to expedite enterprise information sharing, eCRM, syndicated storefronts, corporate intranets, partner extranets and supply chain collaboration. Because Business Web Portals are built on top of the Bowstreet Business Web Factory, companies can realize economies of scale by aggregating disparate e-business initiatives on a single, vendor-neutral platform. Using Business Web Portals, non-technical business people can produce customized portals for thousands of different users and dozens of e-business initiatives, with minimal help from IT and in a fraction of the time and cost required by traditional “hard-wired” enterprise portal solutions. Business Web Portals can assemble business process components from legacy systems and client/server applications such as ERP, CRM and supply chains, as well as web services from Microsoft.NET, Sun ONE, Oracle Dynamic Services, IBM Web Services, and/or HP E-Speak as they become available. Business Web Portals include plug-and-play web services “modules” for news, Microsoft Outlook and e-mail integration, and other business functions as well as point-and-click wizards. www.bowstreet.com

Artesia Technologies Announces Teams 4.2

Artesia Technologies unveiled the latest version of its TEAMS digital asset management solution. Features include out-of-the-box applications to better support video production workflow, expanded support for video formats, streaming servers and loggers, as well “one click” localization support that leverages unique XML and JSP-based Internet client for our French and German speaking end-users. Specific enhancements in TEAMS 4.2 include: A web-based Video Storyboarding application to simplify rapid repurposing of programming, as well as to streamline video production workflow; Built-in support for Windows Media and Darwin streaming servers to complement TEAMS’ existing support for RealSystem Server; Turnkey integration with Convera’s Screening Room Capture Client; Integration and synchronization with Convera’s Edit Client enabling modifications to storyboarding to be made either in TEAMS or in Convera’s Edit Client; Updated integration with Version 4.5 of Virage’s VideoLogger; and updated integration with Version 1.12 of Image Alchemy to take advantage of the latest image transformation and indexing enhancements. Pricing available from an authorized reseller or directly from Artesia Technologies. www.artesia.com

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