FileNET Corp. announced it has added LDAP and J2EE support for its Panagon Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions. The integration of these capabilities makes it easier for enterprise customers to drive eBusiness initiatives by delivering customer facing, Web-based content and process management applications with the safeguard of enhanced security. The addition of J2EE support enables organizations to bring high volumes of enterprise content into customer facing Web-based applications using Java development environments. FileNET will offer a complete set of Panagon J2EE capability. The first release is available immediately for Panagon Image Services, which can be used for the development and deployment of Web-based applications in Unix environments. Designed to meet the J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA) 1.0 specifications released by Sun Microsystems in July 2001, developers experienced with J2EE can easily use the Panagon resource adapter to access and leverage existing enterprise content with no additional training. The Panagon J2EE capability has no specific client-side operating system or browser requirements. www.FileNET.com
Lightspeed Interactive, Inc. and Barbadosoft BV announced that they have entered into a strategic alliance to promote one another’s products in both the United States and European markets. Lightspeed believes that the co-marketing and co-selling arrangements with Barbadosoft will add significant value to its product offering because CorteXML eliminates the risks inherent in building and maintaining XML-based environments, allowing users to take full advantage of the benefits of XML. www.lspeed.com
Atomz Corporation announced support for XML data import and export. Now the data that Atomz Publish maintains for its customers can be exported to other applications in the enterprise, and data from other data repositories can be easily uploaded and imported into the Atomz Publish Web content management system. Atomz already provides an XML content repository with Atomz Publish.
The feature enables users to define data schemas for both importing and exporting XML data directly to Publish templates. Administrator users employ XML syntax to define the relationship between the Atomz Publish data and the external data source in order to create data schemas. Complete with user permissions, multi-step tasks and email notification, workflow is easily configured and managed by the administrator, who can also define tasks to incorporate exporting and importing data. Uploading templates and data schemas can be done from the Administrator’s desktop. Data fields can be re-ordered upon either data export or import. This enhancement also allows administrators to convert .html files to .xml files on export and conversely convert .xml files to .html files on import. www.atomz.com
iManage, Inc. introduced iManage WorkSite MP (Multi-Platform). WorkSite MP is an application suite to combine document management, collaboration, workflow, and portal access in a single integrated Java-based solution that operates across Windows NT, Linux, and Solaris platforms. iManage WorkSite MP streamlines organizational administration by enabling companies using mixed business environments to utilize a single, integrated solution. WorkSite MP is designed for a wide variety of applications across many industries, including supplier relationship management, contract management, asset and wealth management, wholesale banking and regulatory compliance. The iManage WorkSite MP application suite includes four components: WorkDocs MP, WorkTeam MP, WorkPortal MP and WorkRoute MP. iManage WorkSite MP is available immediately through iManage and its partners. The introductory price of WorkSite MP starts at $70,000 for 100 users. www.imanage.com