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Day: February 20, 2002

Atomik 3.0 Launched

Easypress Technologies announced the release of Atomik 3.0, the latest version of its QuarkXPress-to-XML software. Atomik 3.0 adds a range of new features that facilitate fast, efficient and intelligent cross-media publishing. For the
first time, Atomik 3.0 is also available as a developer edition. The centrepiece of the new version of Atomik is it’s handling of character-level content in QuarkXPress. Whereas previous versions identified and extracted content into XML at a paragraph level, Atomik 3.0 now enables content to be identified at both a paragraph and character level. Character-level content, such as an email address, telephone number or person’s name within a paragraph, can easily be extracted into separate XML tags. Atomik 3.0 is available direct from Easypress Technologies and Atomik resellers and system integrators worldwide. The suggested retail price for Atomik 3.0 is

Artesia Unveils TeamToolz 4.3

Artesia Technologies unveiled the latest version of its TeamToolz Marketing Resource Management hosted service. This release offers new features including built-in reporting capabilities, enhanced calendar functionality and overall application performance enhancements providing the user with improved process efficiency saving time and reducing expenses. Specific enhancements in TeamToolz 4.3 include: Intelligent permission-based reports that show the real-time status of chosen marketing projects and their associated deliverables; Calendar view can display projects specific to individuals; and numerous performance enhancements.

Convera’s RetrievalWare Offered by IBM

Convera announced that IBM is offering Convera’s RetrievalWare as the search and retrieval technology for its Network Interactive Content Access (NICA) publishing industry solution. NICA is an end-to-end digital asset management pre-press solution that provides newspaper and magazine publishers the ability to manage, archive, retrieve and reuse publishing data such as text, images, graphics and PDFs while offering integration with their production workflows, editorial creation front-end systems and industry specific business practices. NICA also provides the workflow management that allows the repurposing of publishing content either from its own repository or from an external enterprise content management repository. Convera also announced that it is creating an extension to the IBM WebSphere Portal that will enable IBM customers to integrate RetrievalWare into their portal deployments.
This implementation gives IBM portal customers the capability to retrieve all data types (text, video, images, audio) through the IBM portal interface.

Documentum Delivers Enterprise Content Management Portal Integration Pack

Documentum announced the release of the Documentum Portal Integration Pack, which enables the integration of enterprise content and content management capabilities with portal applications. The portal integration pack includes a set of Documentum portlets, which are embeddable application components that deliver content management capabilities to portals and applications, including those offered by ATG, BEA Systems Inc., Citrix Systems, Inc., Epicentric Inc., Plumtree Software Inc., SAP Portals Inc. and TIBCO Software Inc. Documentum portlets enable portal users to leverage Documentum ECM tools and processes from within a portal, including the ability to contribute or update current content in accordance with defined access and security rights, perform sophisticated searches based on content indexing or attributes like keywords, author or content type, monitor content for changes or revisions, and participate in business processes, such as workflows and automated content approval activities

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