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Month: June 2001 (Page 2 of 5)

Accumedia and Artesia Technologies Partner

Artesia Technologies and Accumedia announced that Accumedia has adopted Artesia’s TEAMS solution as an integral part of its Accumedia Convergence Platform (ACP) for the management and publishing of both enterprise and Web content. With the addition of TEAMS, the Accumedia Convergence Platform delivers a complete integration of site design, Web content management, digital asset management, content relevance and content delivery to offer customers an end-to-end solution for the management and distribution of rich media. The Accumedia Convergence Platform will now offer advanced editing, search and retrieval functionality across all media types through the use of TEAMS features such as link management, XML-based transformer, Clip Identifier and Play Decision List applications. The combined TEAMS/ACP’s ability to ingest and edit the underlying XML-based metadata, as well as the asset itself, ensures that significant rights and permissions information governing content ownership can be embedded directly into an asset and easily integrated with a variety of approaches to digital rights management. This also allows organizations to easily extend access to these assets across business divisions and leverage their reuse throughout the enterprise.,

Documentum & ViaFone Ally to Deliver Mobile Content

ViaFone announced a strategic partnership with Documentum to provide an integrated mobile content and content management solution for Global 2000 organizations. Through this alliance, businesses taking advantage of the Documentum platform now can securely extend trusted enterprise content to any mobile device, including standard voice telephones — delivering anytime, anywhere access for the mobile workforce to business-critical corporate documents and materials. The companies have partnered to provide integration and interoperability between Documentum 4i eBusiness Platform and ViaFone OneBridge. ViaFone OneBridge is a mobility platform specifically designed to integrate with existing backend databases and business applications to dynamically optimize mobile applications and content delivery to any wireless interface, including all data devices and through voice recognition. By taking advantage of ViaFone’s mobile data and voice expertise, joint customers will have immediate access to the critical personalized content created and stored in their Documentum repositories.,

SAQQARA Announces ContentWorks 2.0 Transformation Manager

ContentWorks Transformation Manager is an enterprise-class application that automates and simplifies the process of transforming product data from varied sources into a comprehensive product information asset for populating e-commerce enabled catalogs and sharing with e-business partners. ContentWorks Transformation Manager facilitates the quick and efficient transformation of product information into rich, product-differentiating content through a browser interface that supports: 1) creation and management of catalog taxonomies; 2) automated extraction of product data from information sources; 3) automated classification of products; and 4) automated cleansing, rationalization and enhancement of data to build rich product content. With product content transformed into an enterprise asset, it is easily shared with trading partners to populate their e-procurement or e-catalog applications such as SAQQARA Commerce Suite. SAQQARA ContentWorks 2.0 Transformation Manager is available immediately for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 systems.

Infoteria Launches Asteria Platform for RosettaNet Trading Networks

Infoteria Corporation announced the Asteria Platform for RosettaNet, an XML solution for RosettaNet supply-chain automation. The Asteria Platform is designed to accelerate and optimize the formation, expansion and management of secure RosettaNet trading networks to enable supply-chain partners of all sizes to benefit from automation of their commercial relationships. The Asteria Platform for RosettaNet consists of the Asteria Server, Asteria Planet and Asteria Components. Asteria Server delivers a complete solution for organizations looking to integrate their current operational systems, both front- and back-office, into the expanding trading community adopting RosettaNet standards. Asteria Planet offers trading partners of any size an affordable solution to connect a limited number of key trading partners. Asteria Components provide all the discrete tools necessary for specific projects in business process automation, including tools for efficient XML creation, adapters for traditional database systems and a utility to automate sending and receiving XML documents via Internet infrastructure. Enterprise engagements including Asteria Server for RosettaNet will start in the $200,000 range, and Asteria Planet for RosettaNet Basics starts at $20,000. The Asteria Server and Planet will be available in the third quarter of 2001; the Asteria Components are available and shipping now.

ContentGuard & Sandlot Form Alliance

ContentGuard, Inc. and Sandlot Corporation announced a strategic alliance to offer content owners combined DRM and subscription management technology and services. The two companies will integrate ContentGuard’s DRM technology and services, RightsEdge, with Sandlot’s subscription management product, EclipseNet. The integrated solution will allow content owners to maximize revenue potential from their digital offerings via subscription-based business models. It will also enable content owners to manage the delivery and subscription process for digital content, including eBooks, music and video, just as effectively as they do for paper newspapers and magazines. ContentGuard’s DRM solutions incorporate the eXtensible rights Markup Language (XrML), a universal method for specifying rights and conditions associated with the use and protection of digital content as part of the DRM process. This XrML component enables content owners and partners to adopt a broad range of business models and easily expand their digital content business as the market grows.,

Information Architects Releases SmartCode

Information Architects announced the availability of SmartCode 4.0, their Java/RDF application development platform. SmartCode 4.0’s graphical interface allows both traditional developers and non-programmers to rapidly assemble metadata-based Java applications that create, manage, merge, and re-purpose content without requiring the re-coding and consumption of other related resources typically associated with content exchange and transformation technology. SmartCode 4.0 is designed to provide easy and flexible access to existing and future data and applications. Applications built using SmartCode 4.0 employ a clean separation between content and presentation, allowing both to be manipulated independently. SmartCode sits between the data and users, providing a Web-based view of internal and external content. In this model, the content remains in its original location and format while users dynamically access it via the Web or a company’s Intranet. In particular, the release of SmartCode 4.0 reduces the learning curve for software developers and enables enterprises to migrate their existing infrastructure to Java, XML, and RDF. Information Architect’s SmartCode 4.0 includes the NetBeans-compatible Java and RDF interactive visual development environment (a library of data and metadata capture-, access- and transformation-components), the Dynamic Syndication Server and the resource-tracking Watcher Framework. SmartCode 4.0 represents Internet applications as metadata “frameworks”, thus making it possible to easily reuse functional components anywhere in the metadata context. SmartCode 4.0 further provides support for application modeling and data modeling capabilities based on RDF as well as SOAP. These capabilities provide support for interactive construction of enterprise applications. The 4.0 release also includes tools for building XML views of legacy data based on the XML, XSLT and XPath specifications.

Documentum Releases Web Content Management Edition in French, German & Spanish

Documentum announced the release of Documentum 4i Web Content Management Edition (WCM) localized for French, German and Spanish. These localized editions are based on the newly released WCM Edition 4.2 and include the new features for cross-team collaboration, workflow, tagging automation, multi-channel publishing, and administration. Documentum 4i WCM French Edition, Documentum 4i WCM German Edition and Documentum 4i WCM Spanish Edition are each comprised of several products from Documentum 4i eBusiness Platform bundled with prescribed training and maintenance. Products included are: Documentum WebPublisher for content authors, Documentum AutoRender for automated transformation of content into appropriate web formats, Documentum Site Delivery Services for efficient content delivery to Web sites consisting of Documentum WebCache, which provides high-speed access to repository-controlled content and metadata and Documentum ContentCaster which, pushes content to globally distributed Web servers for synchronized deployment. The package is offered at different levels to address varying degrees of deployment with prices starting at approximately $200,000.

Cyclone Commerce in Alliance With Interwoven

Cyclone Commerce, Inc. announced an alliance with Interwoven to allow corporations and e-Marketplaces to securely aggregate and manage content from multiple business partners. Interwoven’s TeamCatalog automates the management of catalog content and produces customizable “transaction-ready” electronic catalogs. Cyclone Interchange allows the rapid deployment of trading connections to suppliers, providers and exchanges, thereby increasing the breadth of trading networks. The joint solution allows business partners to securely exchange and aggregate content such as product descriptions, images and contracts without having to breach their firewalls. Cyclone Interchange supports all major data types, communication protocols, and platforms and offers document-level security, which provides confirmation that files are in fact received and are not tampered with en route.

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