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Day: December 2, 2001

Documentum Announces Acquisition of Bulldog

Documentum announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Digital Asset Management technology of the privately held Bulldog Group. Documentum now offers a full spectrum of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities as one integrated platform – Web Content Management (WCM), Enterprise Document Management (EDM), XML Component Management and Digital Asset Management (DAM). Bulldog’s current Digital Asset Management offerings will be made available through Documentum’s channel of sales, services and support. Beginning in the first quarter of 2002, Documentum will introduce four new ECM offerings: Media Server, Media-Enabled Web Content Management Edition, Marketing Content Management Edition, and Digital Asset Management Edition. Documentum plans to further integrate the deep Digital Asset Management capabilities of the Bulldog technology into its platform. Documentum also announced the establishment of its Canadian Headquarters in Toronto.,

Idiom & ATRIL to Deliver Translation & Globalization Solutions

Idiom Technologies, Inc. and ATRIL announced a joint development partnership to share core technologies and competencies in order to develop products to serve the needs of the globalization marketplace. The partnership creates a centralized, shareable, enterprise-level translation memory (TM) system. TM allows translators to reuse previously translated text. An enterprise-level TM enables companies to treat translations as a corporate asset and leverage all previous work done by in-house personnel or external vendors and freelance translators. Idiom has integrated the new TM technology, as well as ATRIL’s Deja Vu linguistic technology components, with its WorldServer Web infrastructure software. ATRIL will benefit from the partnership by offering the new enterprise-level translation memory and terminology database as a stand-alone server in ATRIL’s new Deja Vu X product family. The new Deja Vu X Remote Server will allow customers to share translation resources across their offices worldwide. Groups of translators will be able to concurrently access a centralized repository of translations and glossaries over the Internet. Using XML, Deja Vu X users at companies of all sizes will be able to access both local and remote server TMs transparently.,

Cytura Announces Contenuity Version-4

Cytura Corporation announced Contenuity Version-4, its XML-based enterprise content management platform. Contenuity is the centerpiece of Cytura’s content management strategy, combining document management, Web services and a portal platform with end-user functionality. Business users can ingest any type of analog or digital information, and manage all aspects of extended content management without scripting code. Contenuity is architected using technologies like XML, SOAP, and WSDL. A robust Extensible Object Engine, in combination with relational database tables and an LDAP directory structure, provides technology that can support a scalable, extendable, personalized, internationalized, Web application platform. The Contenuity platform is available for $150,000.00 base price. Cytura’s pricing model is customer driven for instances requiring development, training or business continuity processor licensing.

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