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Day: July 31, 2001

Artesia to Acquire TeamToolz

Artesia Technologies announced a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of TeamToolz. The agreement will allow the company to offer a marketing and brand management solution that includes workflow and collaboration features, brand resource management, budget tracking and digital distribution of marketing content – all integrated into a unified enterprise platform. The resulting benefits for Artesia’s customers include heightened brand equity, increased sales, significant cost savings and enhanced speed to market. The integration of the two technology platforms combines the ability to manage, edit, distribute and access via the web, all types of rich media utilized in today’s multi-channel marketing programs with extensive campaign development capabilities, including project routing and scheduling. Terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. The transaction is expected to close before the end of August. www.artesia.com

Microsoft Announces General Availability of Content Management Server 2001

Microsoft Corp. announced the general availability of the enterprise, evaluation and developer editions of Microsoft Content Management Server 2001. Content Management Server 2001 is the latest addition to the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Server family. Content Management Server 2001 Enterprise Edition, the full-featured licensed version of Content Management Server 2001 is available for a suggested retail price of $39,901 (U.S.) per CPU. Content Management Server 2001 Evaluation Edition is full-featured 120-day enterprise version of Content Management Server 2001 available for download from www.microsoft.com/cmserver/evaluation/trial.htm. Content Management Server 2001 Developer Edition is available to MSDN subscribers at http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions/resources/subdwnld.asp. The developer edition will ship with MSDN Universal in October 2001. All existing NCompass customers will receive a free upgrade to Microsoft Content Management Server 2001. www.microsoft.com/cmserver/