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Month: June 2002 (Page 2 of 11)

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. www.sdlintl.com/enterprise-systems.htm

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. www.fsw.fujitsu.com, www.openpages.com

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. www.artesia.com

Quiver Announces QKS Classifier 2.0

Quiver, Inc. announced Version 2.0 of QKS Classifier, an upgrade to its taxonomy platform. QKS Classifier is a categorization application for organizing, managing and distributing unstructured data through end user directories. QKS Classifier leverages automated categorization technologies to reduce the effort associated with accurately organizing unstructured data while. The expanded functionality of QKS Classifier Version 2.0 includes the following automated and interactive features: Support Vector Machine [SVM] Algorithm; Business Rules Engine; Publishing Rules; Enhanced Filtering Rules; Expiration Rules; Information Manager Wizards; End User Document Submission; Additional Taxonomy Import Capabilities; Enhanced Caching System; Expanded Inktomi/Search Support; and QKS Topic Advisor Integration. Quiver’s QKS Classifier release 2.0 is available immediately. www.quiver.com/products/classifier/index.html

RedDot Launches New Content Integration Server

RedDot Solutions announced the launch of its new Content Integration Server (CIS). RedDot CIS enables users to develop personalized content and track user behavior. CIS supplements RedDot Content Management Server (CMS) with a platform for delivering dynamic content. Compatible with other software, CIS also enables user and process data to be exchanged with external applications. CIS makes it possible to distribute user-specific content that has been generated and managed by CMS. User data and processed data can also be handed off to external applications. Therefore, data can be pulled from Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management and other applications into content environments that interact with customers. Responses to database queries, transactions, and to other business processes are dynamically integrated into published Web pages. RedDot CIS is available immediately. www.reddot.com

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