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Day: March 18, 2002

iManage Adds New Government Sector Partners

iManage, Inc. announced new partners in the government sector that will support the company’s penetration in local, state and federal government departments. Computer & Hi-tech Management, Inc. (CHM), and Ciber, Inc. will use iManage WorkSite to meet the requirements of their public sector clients for centralized, secure collaborative content management. iManage provides the government sector departmental and enterprise solutions that meet regulatory requirements for content management, including compliance with U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Directive 5015.2, the Government Paperwork and Elimination Act (GPEA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other standards. The company’s partnership with CHM and Ciber will help iManage deliver solutions and services to help government organizations address initiatives such as the Freedom of Information Act, correspondence management, e-government, case management, knowledge management and branch management.

Infodata Announces DocLuminate

Infodata announced the development of DocLuminate, a search and retrieval highlighting tool that allows term hit highlighting on Adobe Acrobat documents returned by web-based full text searches of documents in a Documentum repository. When a user searches on a specific keyword in an Adobe Acrobat document while using Documentum, DocLuminate highlights the term in the document. DocLuminate is compatible with Documentum’s RightSite client, and Adobe Acrobat 4.0 or later, Adobe Acrobat Business Tools 4.0.5 or later, or Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later. DocLuminate will be available to the public in April and can be purchased through Infodata.

iPhrase Unveils One Step 3.0

iPhrase Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of iPhrase One Step 3.0, the latest version of iPhrase’s product for accessing high-value enterprise content. iPhrase One Step 3.0 brings to market a search and navigation system that can be implemented in just a few days, and fully deployed within 4-6 weeks. One Step 3.0 also allows enterprises to customize the results of queries based on the users’ entitlement status, allowing organizations to personalize content for different constituencies. One Step combines retrieval of unstructured Web content and live access to structured databases into a single interface. The spider ensures deep content coverage, handling complexities such as frame sets, JavaScript, forms and dynamic URLs. Rich workflow integration with content management systems and external knowledge tools, such as Interwoven’s TeamSite and MetaTagger, allows for exposure of all content. New in One Step 3.0, results can be personalized based on the user’s entitlement status, enabling a single search solution to meet the needs of various constituencies. One Step supports XML, SSL, CSS, Microsoft .NET/Web Services, SOAP, ODBC, ASP and Java. In One Step 3.0, operating system support has been extended to include Sun Solaris and FreeBSD, as well as Windows NT/2000 and Red Hat Linux.

Documentum & Groove to Deliver Secure Content Management

Groove Networks Inc. and Documentum announced an alliance to deliver a content management solution that provides secure content creation and management capabilities for project teams whose members span company boundaries. Both companies will market and sell the combined offering. The joint solution consists of a connector between the Documentum ECM platform and Groove decentralized collaboration software, which allows project teams to access content stored within the Documentum content repository and pull it into a Groove shared space. Team members can collaboratively view, edit and update the content – either online or offline. The project team can then publish final content in the central, secure Documentum repository, where it can be accessed by other team members or anyone with appropriate permissions.

Docent & Interwoven Partner

Docent Inc. and Interwoven Inc. announced an alliance to improve the way knowledge is created, managed, and delivered in large enterprises. Through the alliance, Docent and Interwoven customers will be able to converge their organization’s enterprise content strategy with their eLearning strategy. By integrating Docent Enterprise eLearning applications with Interwoven TeamSite content management software, customers can form an enterprise-wide content management infrastructure for knowledge exchange and more easily leverage information residing in content repositories. The ability to easily leverage the organization’s content assets into multiple learning experiences extends the value of that content.,

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