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Month: June 2002 (Page 2 of 7)

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.

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.

Vignette Announces Release of V6 Content Collaboration Server

Vignette Corp. announced the release of Vignette V6 Content Collaboration Server (VCCS). The updated VCCS version combines the functionality of Vignette V6 Content Collaboration Server and Vignette V6 Content Syndication Server into a single, integrated extension for the Vignette V6 Content Suite. Under the umbrella of one browser-based application, companies can collaborate with external partners, customers, suppliers and employees through services such as targeted subscriptions; real-time content syndication to applications and portals, both within and outside the firewall; and collaborative exchange of documents and other content within and between enterprises. VCCS also includes: The collection of content from multiple internal and external systems and sources; The ability to exchange content and partner requests via multiple protocols (including ICE, BizTalk, cXML, FTP, HTTP, EDI, and RosettaNet); The personalized real-time assembly and packaging of content in the format desired by each partner; and the delivery of content via the Internet to partner systems, Internet-enabled portable devices, external trading networks and other channels.

Engage Announces ContentServer 7.0 & Retail Solution

Engage, Inc. announced the unveiling of Engage for Retailers and the general availability of the solution’s platform technology, ContentServer, version 7.0. Built on Engage’s ContentServer digital asset management and workflow automation platform, Engage for Retailers is designed for retailers and catalogers to streamline the creation, approval, production and repurposing of advertising and other marketing promotions. New features and functionality of ContentServer 7.0 include out-of-the-box capabilities such as enterprise search and retrieval, and integration with third-party applications using technology including XML, designed to speed the creation, production and delivery of advertising and promotional content. Engage advertising production solutions are now available with integrated ContentServer 7.0.

Equilibrium in Alliance with Pageflex

Equilibrium announced a strategic alliance with Pageflex, Inc. to provide a Web accessible content composition engine that combines integrated page layout and image editing capabilities for a “distribute and print” solution. PageRich allows marketers to create media-rich documents that adhere to corporate branding, while permitting restricted modification of content and style. PageRich combines marketing resource management (MRM) with distributed on-demand printing. Corporations are able to deploy a global direct marketing program that addresses variable content requirements from creation through distribution-and-print. The PageRich solution incorporates Pageflex’s .EDIT technology with Equilibrium’s MediaRich dynamic image server. .EDIT is a browser-based application for the design and editing of desktop publishing documents. .EDIT combines the features of Pageflex’s XML-based NuDoc composition engine with Java applet technologies to enable the editing of documents in Internet Explorer or Netscape browsers for both PC and Macintosh platforms.,

TXT e-solutions Introduces Polymedia 3.0 with 9i Support

TXT e-solutions introduced the 3.0 version of Polymedia, a Content Management platform for companies in the Media and Public Administration sectors as well as for large information portals. The new version of Polymedia can be integrated with complex information systems including databases, versioning systems and directory services. Polymedia uses XML to offer support for the Oracle 9i database. TXT Polymedia 3.0 can also be fully integrated with external versioning systems like Microsoft Visual Source Safe and CVS. Directory services based on LDAP technology can also be used with TXT Polymedia 3.0 allowing for the integration of enhanced tools for the management of authorised platform users with the company’s pre-existing user identification systems. The new version also includes improved modelling functions. TXT Polymedia is able to manage the distribution, from the beginning, of complex and multimedia content through both traditional and new channels (web, telefony mobile, SMS, iTV, etc). TXT Polymedia is written in Java and can be used with Windows, Unix and Linux applications.

Interwoven Launches Content Management Solution for Government

Interwoven, Inc. launched the Interwoven Solution for Government, a platform for content management that helps federal, state, and local governments build initiatives such as public-facing citizen portals and internal facing agency portals and meet key government mandates to make electronic information and technology accessible to all people. The Interwoven government offering is built on top of the Interwoven 5 platform and includes ECM capabilities tailored to the specialized needs of E-Government. Interwoven said they are committed to enabling its customers’ compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments, Department of Defense legislation 5015.2, and Government Paperwork Elimination Act of 1988.

EDS, Sun, and Vignette Launch Secure Portal Solution

EDS, Sun Microsystems, and Vignette Corp. launched a new joint portal solution, based on the Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) platform, which offers end users a single point of entry for information and solid levels of security. Designed to help companies and government agencies improve communication and productivity, the new Secure Enterprise Information Portal solution is designed to protect critical information assets, while delivering personalized content from multiple sources to the right audience via any device. Available today, can be integrated into existing business systems, scales to address future needs and can withstand strict regulatory requirements. This integrated solution also includes scalable content management applications, privacy, risk management and compliance assessments, as well as single sign-on, encryption and authentication capabilities. The Secure Enterprise Information Portal joins Sun’s portfolio of iForce solutions.,,

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