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Day: November 12, 2001

Infoteria Announces Business Language Objects for XML

Infoteria Corporation announced availability of Infoteria Business Language Objects for XML (BLOX). Based on its Asteria B2B Platform technology, Infoteria’s BLOX offer technology companies the ability to add the B2Bi capabilities of RosettaNet business processes into their J2EE or .NET Web Services infrastructure. Using Infoteria’s BLOX, IT managers can add business-process-intelligence to their current Supply Chain, Order Management
and ERP systems. Infoteria’s J2EE Web Services for RosettaNet, the first set of Infoteria’s BLOX, are J2EE objects that run on any J2EE Application Server. They augment any back-end system by providing RosettaNet Implementation Framework (RNIF) support and Partner Interface Process (PIP) message handling, including support for over 140 RosettaNet PIPs. Infoteria’s BLOX for Microsoft’s .NET web services environment will be released in early 2002. Infoteria’s BLOX are available for OEM. Pricing is based on bundles of
BLOX components that can be configured according to the needs of an individual
OEM customer’s needs. J2EE Services for RosettaNet are available now.

XML Global & iWay Unveil XML Integration Server

XML Global Technologies, Inc. and iWay Software announced the general availability of XTS, an XML Transformation Server. Jointly developed between XML Global Technologies, Inc. and iWay Software, XTS is a lightweight, low-cost integration server that enables businesses to link B2B or A2A systems together in real time utilizing XML for message transport and enhancement between systems. XTS’s easy-to-use Transformation Workbench enables implementers to create the sophisticated message transformations necessary to enable systems to collaborate through iWay Intelligent Adapters, without custom code, Java Components, or proprietary scripting languages. The XTS Transformation Workbench provides over 3,000 predefined templates to link EDI feeds, HIPAA exchanges, e- business exchanges, and packaged applications with each other and other enterprise information assets.,

OnePage Delivers Portlet & Web Service Tool for WebSphere Customers

OnePage, Inc. announced it has joined the IBM portlet provider program and is offering IBM WebSphere Portal customers its OnePage Content Connect Studio software. OnePage Content Connect Studio enables companies to eliminate manual scraping and scripting processes that currently slow down and add to the expense of portal implementations. Using OnePage Content Connect Studio, organizations are able to create portlets rapidly from HTML Pages, databases, datafeeds, applications and flat files and easily publish those portlets into any existing enterprise portal, wireless solution or to web services UDDI registries. WebSphere Portal exploits IBM’s WebSphere Application Server. The portal software enables companies to build portals that offer users a personalized, secure, single point of interaction with people, content, applications and processes. OnePage Content Connect Studio also can be used to build web service elements for WebSphere Portal. OnePage Content Connect Studio is available immediately for the IBM WebSphere Portal environments.

FatWire Software & Beaconfire Partner

FatWire Software announced a strategic partnership with Beaconfire Consulting to bring content management solutions to nonprofit organizations. As the latest addition to FatWire’s Partner Program, Beaconfire will be able to use FatWire’s UpdateEngine5 software to address the content management needs of many of their nonprofit clients. Beaconfire employees have been fully certified in FatWire’s technical training programs. FatWire will provide sales and technical support.,

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