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Day: November 4, 2001

Andersen & Artesia Technologies Form Alliance

Andersen and Artesia Technologies announced an alliance for assisting organizations with significant brand equity and extensive use of online and offline rich media to more effectively manage their extended supply chain of brand assets. The two organizations will work closely to develop and implement best practices utilizing Artesia’s TEAMS digital asset management solution for streamlining the production, management, use and dynamic re-expression of brand assets across areas such as multi-channel marketing, distance learning and interactive customer support.,

FatWire Supports Oracle9i Application Server

FatWire Software announced support for Oracle9i Application Server (Oracle9iAS). FatWire will leverage Oracle’s complete infrastructure software to quickly deploy fast, highly scaleable and reliable Web applications and Web sites. Powering UpdateEngine on Oracle9i Application Server allows businesses to improve the performance and reliability of their Web applications, while spending significantly fewer resources on managing and maintaining that infrastructure. FatWire’s UpdateEngine5 will be providing dynamic content management to build Web applications with personalized workflow, flexibility and scalability.

Percussion Announces Rhythmyx V4.0

Rhythmyx Content Manager V4.0 is allows business users to define content usage and to group and arrange content into Web pages, without requiring template redesigns from Web developers. Rhythmyx provides end users with the flexibility and control required to easily assemble content into Web pages, while providing the scalability and the reliability required to quickly deploy, implement and maintain the content management system. Rhythmyx V4.0 features include: New Scaling Options; Active Assembly; Easier Administration; Advanced Workflow Capabilities; and eEnhanced assembly for templates. The newly optimized Assembly engine provides more powerful XSL functionality with the addition of the following upgrades: enhanced manageability, portability and an easier, centralized method to manage naming and linking schemes of publishable content. Percussion’s Rhythmyx Content Manager V4.0 supports Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Solaris platforms and will be available for shipment immediately.

BroadVision Unveils BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0

BroadVision, Inc. introduced its new content management solution, BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0, a solution for full lifecycle enterprise content management and personalized delivery via web, wireless, or print. BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0 supports every part of the content management lifecycle — including design, creation, management, deployment, distribution, analysis and expiration of content. Enhancements to BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0 include accelerated performance for increased scalability, a role-based content publishing interface, support for creation of valid XML content for multi-channel delivery, and improved openness for integration into enterprise environments. BroadVision’s XML-based Content Adapter allows BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0 to be used with BroadVision applications, or integrated with application servers such as BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere and other content distribution systems. BroadVision One-To-One Content 6.0 is scheduled for general availability in the next quarter.

Corechange Delivers Coreport 5.0 & CoreRespond

Corechange Inc. announced Coreport 5.0, portal software for unifying information, applications and communications across enterprise environments. This version offers tightly integrated content management and collaboration capabilities within a portal framework that scales to meet the needs of large organizations. Corechange also announced CoreRespond, a business communications and collaboration tool that integrates with Coreport 5.0 to control interactive business messaging, a process Corechange calls “dialogue management.” New functionality includes: Integration with Microsoft’s SharePoint Portal Server; Integration with Stellent’s Content Management System; Dynamic load balancing; Direct, native support for Microsoft Web Parts; Web-based administration; and the ability to deliver portal resources and content via pocket PCs, including the Compaq iPAQ, as well as i-mode mobile devices. Coreport 5.0 is available now.

Hyperwave Launches eKnowledge Infrastructure

Hyperwave Information Management Inc. launched eKnowledge Infrastructure, a suite of modular collaborative knowledge management systems integrating content and document management, information search and retrieval, workflow, collaboration and e-learning capabilities. Each module can be used individually or together, providing organizations with a flexible information management environment that can be scaled to their requirements. Hyperwave’s eKnowledge Infrastructure is upgradeable from and replaces the company’s Hyperwave Information Server (HIS) and Hyperwave Information Portal (HIP) products. It utilizes Oracle, Microsoft and Sybase in the areas of transaction security, high availability and data throughput. Open gateway to directories such as x.500 and Active Directory facilitates user and group administration. The new system includes technology from Verity and Autonomy. The Hyperwave eKnowledge Infrastructure is available later this month.

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