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Day: February 5, 2002

FileNET Adds eForms to Content Management

FileNET Corp. announced the availability of a Web-based eForms integration with its Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology infrastructure. The new eForms capability will provide FileNET customers with digital forms capability integrated with FileNET’s Business Process Management (BPM) solution. FileNET’s new eForms solution automatically passes eForm content throughout the process lifecycle without the need for custom Web programming. The eForms integration provides customers with a point-and-click user interface that supports the use of secure digital signatures. FileNET’s eForms solutions are also completely deployable via the Web. Panagon eForms is available as an add-on to FileNET’s Panagon eProcess solution. Pricing varies, based on implementation and number of users; typical starting price is $40,000.

XYZFind Announces New XSLT Processor

XYZFind Corp. announced their latest product, X-Slate, an XSLT processor that enables the use of XSLT as a high-performance transformation and query language on large XML data sets. X-Slate leverages XYZFind’s XML indexing technology to meet the demanding performance and scalability requirements of enterprise data
management applications. X-Slate will be supported on Windows, Linux, and Solaris operating systems. Delivery schedule and pricing for X-Slate is to be announced. XYZFind is actively recruiting beta test candidates for X-Slate.

SOFTWIN Announces intuitext 2.0

SOFTWIN announced it is officially launching version 2.0 of intuitext, its free online conversion service. intuitext is an online conversion tool enabling automated conversion of documents to XML and XML-based formats. The new version adds significant features to the conversion service, by expanding the range of accepted input formats. intuitext converts documents in virtually any native format like Adobe PDF, QuarkXPress, MS Word or Page Maker. Moreover, users are offered a large choice of output formats delivered: HTML, OEB, MS Reader, Gemstar and other proprietary ebook formats. intuitext

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