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Day: September 5, 2001

ECM 2001 “Early Bird” Discount Available Until September 7

The “early bird” registration discount for the upcoming Enterprise Content Management Conference 2001 has been extended through Friday September 7. Full Gilbane Report subscribers can add an additional $100 discount. The ECM conference is the only content management event focused on the full range of enterprise content management requirements that includes all the major players and thought leaders, including: Vignette, Interwoven, Documentum, Microsoft, Artesia, Stellent (IntraNet Solutions), J.D. Edwards, Mediasurface, Arbortext, Cytura, Merant, Pindar, Stibo, Quiver, Venetica, DataQuad, DMSi, Target 2000, Open Market, Gauss, InStranet, OnePage, Poet, Liaison, Zope, eGrail, Poet, I4I, FatWire, InXight, Ipedo, Oracle, NextPage, North Plains, eMotion, Starbase, Trados, Atomz, Lionbridge, Accumedia, Kinecta, A2i, Corechange, Boxcar, Inktomi, Basis, SilverStream, Accenture, Giga, IDC, Meta Group, Yankee Group, Doculabs, Content-Wire, Granada Research, Cap Ventures, Fastwater, Cap Gemini/Ernst & Young, and many others. Whatever your enterprise requirements, you will find relevant and educational conference sessions and meet experienced and expert consultants, analysts, integrators and suppliers. A full conference brochure is available at Register Today!

Stellent Forms Alliance With Capita Technologies

Stellent Inc. announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with Capita Technologies, Inc. Under the agreement, Capita will integrate the Stellent Content Management system into intranet, extranet and Internet Web sites the company builds for government agencies. Stellent will provide government customers with a content management system, while Capita will deliver integration expertise and a broad range of consulting services. In addition to marketing the Stellent Content Management system to governmental agencies, Capita will also integrate the technology into the solutions it develops for Fortune 2000 business customers.,

Open Text Announces Availability of Livelink Archive for SAP R/3

Open Text Corporation announced the certification and availability of Livelink Archive for SAP R/3. This new product offering enables organizations to leverage their existing investments in SAP products by extending SAP R/3 with Livelink’s collaboration, document management, library and search capabilities. Current Livelink customers can leverage their existing Livelink infrastructure, eliminating the expense of purchasing separate repository hardware and software for their SAP R/3 documents. Livelink Archive for SAP R/3 uses SAP’s ArchiveLink communication interface to enable customers to: Archive SAP R/3 images and business documents in Livelink and retrieve them from SAP/R3; Copy desktop files to the Livelink repository and intelligently link them to an R/3 business object or transaction using the SAP R/3 office applications; Store incoming documents, such as fax and scanned images, in Livelink and view them from a SAP R/3 business process; Store outgoing documents in Livelink and hyperlink fields to other archived documents and an index page; and create secure access to SAP R/3 documents archived in Livelink.

Pageflex’s Persona Now Available Through Xerox

Pageflex, Inc. and Xerox Corporation announced an agreement today under which Xerox will sell Pageflex’s 1:1 personalization and customization software offerings on a worldwide basis through Xerox sales channels. Persona outputs optimized VPS format, which is specifically designed for driving Xerox’s DocuColor 2000 Series digital presses, thereby allowing these devices to operate at full engine rated speed. Persona also offers PostScript and Native PDF output. By offering Persona on a worldwide basis, Xerox is able to provide customers with basic personalization and customization solutions using the same core technology. Persona uses NuDoc, Pageflex’s XML-based composition engine, which uses design templates with “spring-loaded” text and image containers that dynamically adjust page layouts based on the sizes and shapes of the variable text and images flowed into them. Pageflex products import data from any ODBC-compliant database and use XML as the data format between databases and page composition.,

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