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Day: January 15, 2002

Peregrine Launches Catalog Applications in North America

Peregrine Systems, Inc. has introduced its catalog applications and supplier enablement solution in North America. Peregrine catalog applications
are available on a standalone basis or as part of an integrated, end-to-end
procurement solution that combines supplier enablement and advanced asset
management functionality. As part of this launch, Peregrine also announced a relationship with Cardonet, Inc. to resell its data rationalization tools. These tools, which are bundled with Peregrine’s catalog solution, help organizations cleanse catalog content to aid in the search-and-find process. Peregrine has a suite of content management tools that help customers
aggregate, cleanse and post usable data for use in catalog procurement,
including Content Validation, Content Publishing Services, Buyer Content
Manager and Supplier Content Manager.

Vignette & Oki Electric to Deliver Content Management to Japanese Market

Vignette Corp. announced a partnership with systems integrator Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd. to supply Web content management solutions to the Japanese market. Under terms of the agreement, Oki will market Vignette V6 and Vignette Professional Services (VPS), and the two companies will develop an education program so customers can leverage the benefits of content management in their organizations. Oki Electric will develop customer-facing applications based on its knowledge of transactional systems. Oki plans to combine the offering with its Web transaction system construction service, providing expandable and reliable Web critical content management solutions.

Stellent Announces Integration With Adobe GoLive

Stellent, Inc. announced that the Stellent Content Management system now integrates with Adobe GoLive. The combined solution allows developers to easily create Web pages using a Web authoring application. GoLive joins the list of Web design applications that Stellent Content Management supports. With the GoLive integration, developers can build Web site layout templates using GoLive and then manage them through the WebDAV-compliant Stellent Content Server. The Stellent Content Publisher then uses these templates to automatically publish Web sites. The templates can be designed to enable Web sites to feature a variety of content, including unstructured content from the Stellent Content Server, content from databases and standard Web assets, such as images and HTML fragments. The integration with Adobe GoLive is immediately available as part of the Stellent Desktop product.

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