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Verity Updates K2E

Verity, Inc. announced a new version of its Verity K2 Enterprise (K2E) software. Verity K2E integrates search, taxonomy and personalization. Verity K2 Enterprise provides a classification solution that combines machine learning with domain expertise. Verity K2E gives users a multitude of ways to quickly find the information they need. The search tools include federated search, which brings back results from many sources to a single query, parametric search, which finds single or groups of documents with specific attributes, category drill-down to let users browse through categories and subcategories, and relational taxonomies, which enables simultaneous search of two or more taxonomies.

LexisNexis Launches Content Organizer

LexisNexis launched a content organizer capability, jointly developed with Verity Inc., that enables a business organization to leverage its information assets for better decision-making by classifying and integrating a business’s enterprise information in a single, easy-to-navigate tool. The LexisNexis Content Organizer couples the LexisNexis taxonomies and concept definitions with Verity’s K2 Enterprise’s classification capability.,

Enfish Announces Integration With SharePoint

Enfish Corporation announced that Enfish now provides complete integration with SharePoint, Microsoft’s Web-based portal solution. Businesses using SharePoint can now access SharePoint data through Enfish products. Integrating SharePoint Portal Server and SharePoint Team Services data with Enfish products enables users to see, relate and access SharePoint data in context to their personal data from e-mail, appointments, tasks, and files. Enfish automatically connects them to related information without users having to search data stores or even know that related data exists. Enfish products integrate data from many disparate information sources, including e-mail and e-mail attachments, document/content management software programs, portals, intranets/extranets, CRM/ERP systems and databases.

Stellent Integrates Software AG’s XML Server

Stellent, Inc. Software AG, Inc. announced that Software AG’s Tamino XML Server has been integrated with the Stellent Content Management system. This integration offers a content management system integrated with an XML database and provides users with a content repository optimized for managing and storing large amounts of pure XML content. The Tamino integration is available as part of the core Stellent Content Server product.,

TopicalNet Partners with Inmagic

TopicalNet, Inc. announced that it has partnered with Inmagic, Inc. The agreement will provide Inmagic’s customers with stronger search and categorization capabilities for electronic library management. TopicalNet’s Classifier incorporates a pre-built taxonomy of close to 1 million categories, providing automated categorization. The Gatherer provides organizations with the ability to manage the acquisition of large amounts of electronically stored data, normalize it, and prepare it for further processing, and Classifier automatically classifies pages on the Internet and within corporate Intranets and Extranets. By providing a roadmap of the content, Inmagic allows its customers to better manage, disseminate and utilize their assets.,

SDL Introduces Enterprise Translation Management System

SDL International announced the introduction of a scalable system for enterprise management of translation memories. Offering the choice of working seamlessly with SDLX, STAR and Trados, as well as the new XML market standards, such as TMX and XLIFF, “SDLX for UNIX” is intended to be part of the workflow of global organizations. The Translation Editor utilizes the familiar interface of SDL’s ‘SDLX’, but the back-end engine uses a UNIX server, allowing translators to continue to use the familiar SDLX desktop, but plug into corporate UNIX servers.

Openpages to Incorporate Fujitsu’s Interstage i-Flow

Fujitsu Software Corporation announced that Openpages, Inc. has selected Fujitsu’s Interstage i-Flow Business Process Management engine to embed in its upcoming Openpages 4.0 adaptive content software platform to enhance its collaborative workflow capabilities. i-Flow is a Java-based and browser-based business process management solution allowing for integration with Web-based systems, and is customizable. Its graphical user interface enables customers to build workflow applications according to their specific needs.,

Artesia & Electronic Solutions Partner

Artesia Technologies announced that London-based digital production facility Electronic Solutions has integrated Artesia’s TEAMS DAM solution into its offering. This will allow Electronic Solutions’ customers to control a centralised digital asset repository, which includes digital files, rights and permissions, and related information for company’s advertising, branding and marketing efforts across its global operations. Electronic Solutions is using TEAMS as a platform to create an enterprise-wide, web-accessible digital archive for the storage and re-use of all digital assets, which can then be marketed to its enterprise clients as a turnkey solution.

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