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Day: July 16, 2001

Accumedia Updates Hosted Web Publishing & Content Management Solution

Accumedia introduced the latest version of its Accumedia Convergence Platform (ACP), a managed solution for Web publishing and e-business. New features of the ACP were developed to address the growing complexities and costs associated with building and maintaining a dynamic Web presence. Version 1.6, delivers a fully managed enterprise Web publishing system that enables companies to manage both their Web content and associated online business operations. Version 1.6 also features Accumedia’s Software-on- Demand system, a suite of pre-integrated applications that lets customers quickly and easily extend the functionality of their Web sites to include options such as community, commerce, syndication and email marketing. At the heart of the ACP is the Accumedia Enterprise Web Publishing System, which includes: Expanded page and template design capabilities; workbenches for importing Microsoft Word document, and performing Quark-to-Web conversion; New content categorization tools; and Integrated Digital Asset Management capabilities.

ATG Launches Gear Network for Enterprise Portal Suite

ATG (Art Technology Group, Inc.) announced the formation of the ATG Dynamo Gear Network. The network of partner-developed solutions is designed to enhance the functionality of the new ATG Enterprise Portal Suite through an extensive set of portal building blocks, called gears, which will provide customers with a robust and expanding feature set to build portals for customers, partners, and employees. ATG partners will provide integrated gears to deliver functionality in several application categories. In addition to ATG’s framework platform and foundation gears for enterprise application integration, the Gear Network enables third-party developers to deliver component software features. The Network allows partners with technology that works within an open Java environment to plug their own solution into ATG’s portal offering. The ATG Gear Network consists of more than 20 vendors across technology and solution domains, including: Business Intelligence, NetGenesis; Content Management, Documentum, Escenic, Interwoven, and Mediasurface; Content Aggregation – Information Architects; Content Syndication – Screaming Media, YellowBrix, Newsedge, and iMediation; Web Services, Patkai; Collaboration – Message Machines; Search – AltaVista and Verity; Enterprise Systems – TIBCO, YOUcentric; Security, Netegrity; Systems Integrators – Appian, Fort Point Partners, ISL Consulting, McFadyen Consulting, and Novo; and Wireless/Mobile, Volantis. Most of the partner gears are currently under development and will be available later in Q3 2001. ATG is actively recruiting partners for the Gear Network through the ATG Gear Alliance Program.

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