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Day: August 18, 2002

Hummingbird & Whitehill to Provide Integrated Content Management Solution

Hummingbird Ltd. and Whitehill Technologies announced a strategic partnership. The new joint venture will provide existing Hummingbird customers with document transformation and presentment capabilities from within Hummingbird DM. The integration between Hummingbird DM and Whitehill Enterprise will allow Hummingbird DM users to convert billing data such as invoices, reports and prebills into professional-looking documents that in turn can be stored within Hummingbird DM, Hummingbird’s document management system. www.whitehilltech.com, www.hummingbird.com

E-Botz Releases ContentAnywhere 2.0

E-Botz released ContentAnywhere 2.0, a major upgrade of its content management product. ContentAnywhere is based on Network Query Language (NQL) and is focused on delivery. With ContentAnywhere, information can be inserted into popular desktop applications, mail messages, contact managers, word processors, spreadsheets, presentation systems, and financial applications. The biggest improvement in ContentAnywhere 2.0 is in the area of scalability. Organizations can set up multiple content servers like a server farm and use the same data (taxonomy, cache, scripts, etc). An improved user interface and additional functions extend the ease of use of the product. www.E-Botz.com

Webversa Acquires Semio Business

Webversa, a developer of Voice-to-Enterprise (V2E) software that enables real-time alerting and interactive access to any enterprise application, announced that it has completed the acquisition of the business of Semio Corporation. The transaction closed on August 15, 2002. Terms were not disclosed. Combined with Webversa’s real-time alerting and multimodal interactive access technology, the new Webversa/Semio suite’s intelligent, stealth, robotic sensing and alerting engine will provide any enterprise with the ability to continuously monitor any data stream, surfacing patterns of information activity that meet established criteria and notifying the appropriate individuals in real-time. In addition to the suite, Webversa will continue to support and enhance existing Semio and Webversa products in the marketplace. Webversa sells its voice-to-enterprise (V2E) access and alerting software to private sector and government customers through strategic professional services partners as well as directly. www.webversa.com

NeoCore Announces XMS 2.6

NeoCore Inc. announced version 2.6 of its core product, NeoCore XML Information Management System (XMS), a self-constructing native XML database that reduces the cost and time to market for dynamic business applications. This release includes an optimized stand-alone server architecture, substantial support of XQuery, and the option for a Solaris 64-bit platform. NeoCore leverages the natural characteristics of XML and couples that with the company’s Digital Pattern Processing (DPP) technology to enable a fast and simple development capability. NeoCore XMS 2.6 is available Aug. 30. The Standard Edition, for 32-bit platforms, is priced at $20,000 per CPU. The Professional Edition, for 64-bit platforms, is $30,000 per CPU. www.neocore.com

NextPage & XyEnterprise Announce Partnership

NextPage Inc. announced that it has entered into a partnership with XyEnterprise to provide NextPage customers with a comprehensive content solution. NextPage technology enables users to build Content Networks — networks of distributed servers, which often reside in different locations, connected in a unified manner. Knowledge workers can access current and accurate information in real time from these distributed servers as if all of the information resides on their desktops. www.XyEnterprise.com, www.nextpage.com

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