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Day: April 25, 2001

Vigil & Trapezo in Alliance

Trapezo and Vigil Technologies announced they have entered into a strategic alliance to integrate Vigil’s e-Sense product solution with Trapezo’s hosted software solutions. e-Sense gathers Internet content on a 24×7 basis – dynamically locating and retrieving information for each client based on their interests and topics, which are specified in user- defined models. Trapezo’s software solutions enable businesses to efficiently distribute and publish dynamic content across internal or external networks. e-Sense automatically and continuously locates and monitors online sources such as news, corporate Web sites and other dynamic content for information relevant to user-defined models. These models reflect the customers’ business landscapes, capturing the companies, products, events and topics that are of most interest to them on an ongoing basis. e-Sense gathers only the most relevant content into a personalized database. Trapezo’s hosted software solution enables businesses to control and display content from multiple sources to multiple networks. Working as a standalone application, or with technology partners such as Vigil, Trapezo syndicates and integrates content quickly and cost-effectively solutions by automating cumbersome and repetitive manual processes of content distribution. www.trapezo.com, www.vigil.com

NQL Announces NQL ContentAnywhere for Microsoft Office

NQL Inc. announced the release of its NQL ContentAnywhere Office Edition, designed to expand Microsoft Office. The new version of NQL’s content management system is priced at $15,000 and is scaled to bring content management to companies of all sizes seeking to increase productivity for up to 100 users per license. The NQL ContentAnywhere system is designed to offer an alternative to the cut-and-paste methods previously required to make content usable. NQL ContentAnywhere Office Edition enables access to content through the Microsoft Office suite by linking it to corporate networks and the Internet. Without leaving Microsoft Office, users can access information from databases, applications, legacy systems, file servers, messages, and web sites. The new version leverages the core content collection and delivery capabilities of the previously announced NQL ContentAnywhere Enterprise system. Additional modules to expand the capabilities of the NQL ContentAnywhere Office Edition will be available in the near future. www.nqli.com