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Day: September 23, 2001 (Page 2 of 2)

Jeeves Solutions Unveils JeevesOne

Jeeves Solutions announced general availability of JeevesOne. Its first packaged, question answering software product, JeevesOne delivers cost-effective, intelligent self-service. An enterprise software application, JeevesOne delivers relevant answers and customer analytics. In addition to reducing support costs, JeevesOne will help companies deliver better products and services by learning from every question customers ask. JeevesOne is available now and priced starting at $100,000. JeevesOne supports Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms in the first release. Support for additional platforms is under development.

Stellent Technology Selected by Casio for New CASSIOPEIA

Stellent, Inc. announced the integration of its Quick View Plus for Windows CE technology with Casio’s new CASSIOPEIA Pocket Manager BE-300. With Quick View Plus, BE-300 users can view desktop file formats created in standard business applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, on their palm-sized PDAs. Stellent’s Quick View Plus for Windows CE enables document and attachment viewing on Windows CE-based devices, without having to access the native application. Stellent also plans to localize the Quick View Plus product for the international versions of Casio’s BE-300 and is already developing a Japanese version of the product. The BE-300 is shipping now with a suggested retail price of under $300 USD.

Openpages Launches ContentWare 3.0

Openpages announced the immediate availability of ContentWare 3.0. ContentWare 3.0 provides users with new functionality including WebExpress (a browser-based tool for remote users), support for Macintosh environments, APIs to customize and transform content, online storage capabilities, and enhanced installation and administration capabilities. ContentWare is deeply integrated with popular desktop applications. The solution simplifies the content creation process offering the ability to create content using familiar applications (Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, QuarkXPress, and Macromedia Dreamweaver) and manage content elements — not just Web pages — in a central repository with workflow. Because digital assets are stored in a central repository in native formats, ContentWare enables content reuse and deployment across multiple communications channels — Web, print or wireless.

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