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Day: January 21, 2002

Software AG & Stellent in Mutual Reseller Agreements

Stellent, Inc. and Software AG, Inc. announced a pair of reseller agreements. Under the agreements, Software AG, Inc. and Stellent will market and sell the Stellent Content Management system along with Software AG’s Tamino XML Server to new and existing enterprise customers. These agreements expand upon a previous technology alliance partnership between the two companies and provide customers with an integrated XML content management solution.,

Sybase Announces Enterprise Portal 2.5

Sybase, Inc. announced Sybase Enterprise Portal (EP) 2.5. The JAVA-based, portal software includes a presentation layer comprising navigation, content management, and personalization tools. Additionally, EP 2.5 is compatible with popular infrastructure products. Enterprise Portal 2.5 includes a new Content Management Interface with support for XML-based content congregation, Web services support for portal interface enhancements and portlets, and advanced EJBs. The improved security infrastructure includes the ability to identify users and activities, a secure framework that extends to legacy systems, Secure Business Object (SBO) support authentication, configurable lock out times, and static and dynamic mutual role exclusion to balance access with protection. Enterprise-class portlets offer access to information in enterprise systems. Sybase’s portlet framework will enable an increased number of third-party portal applications, which currently include Autonomy, Interwoven, and Stellent. Enterprise Portal 2.5 will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2002. Pricing starts at $85,000.

ScreamingMedia in Alliance With Documentum

ScreamingMedia Inc. announced an alliance with Documentum to offer enterprises an end-to-end content integration and management solution. ScreamingMedia’s software, SiteWare, enables customers to integrate customized, real-time content from third-party sources directly into their Documentum content management platform. SiteWare’s integration with Documentum 4i Web Content Management Edition provides seamless interaction between the content aggregation, management, and publishing, providing an repository of news and content.,

divine Acquires Northern Light

divine, inc. announced that it has acquired certain assets of privately held Northern Light Technology LLC in an all-stock transaction. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition enhances divine’s ability to offer premium content through Northern Light’s Special Collection and strengthens divine’s content management and delivery solutions for the publishing and media industry by expanding the number of sources divine can offer and by providing an improved interface for locating specific content. divine also intends to integrate Northern Light’s global search technology across its content management, content aggregation and procurement, customer interaction and collaboration solutions to provide a unified search capability across its applications.

Corechange Integrates Microsoft Content Management Server

Corechange, Inc. announced that it has integrated Microsoft Content Management Server 2001 into Coreport, Corechange’s enterprise portal framework. The integration of Coreport and Microsoft Content Management Server enables organizations to unify information assets – including data, messages, applications, and user-created business content – within a single framework designed to tailor information access to specific user needs. The integration of Microsoft Content Management Server with the Coreport portal framework is accomplished through Corechange’s development of Coreport Connectors that provide direct, native access to Content Management Server. Corechange’s integration with Microsoft Content Management Server is scheduled for general availability in April 2002.

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