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Month: September 2002 (Page 2 of 6)

Topologi Launches New XML/SGML Editor

Topologi Pty Ltd. announced the Topologi Collaborative Markup Editor to support the lifecycle processing of large and complex XML/SGML documents, from initial conversion of unstructured source data to final validation and preview using
commonly available typesetting and formatting tools. The Topologi Collaborative Markup Editor: Community Edition can be downloaded from Topologi’s website for an evaluation period of up to 30 days. An introductory level registration fee for single users is US$59. An annual site license for an unlimited number of users costs US$5,000 including support. A high-end version of the editor will be released later in 2002. A plug-in to FrameMaker Server (and soon for other composition engines) is available to allow quality typesetting and PDF generation from a shared server.

divine Integrating Content Management & Collaboration

divine, inc. introduced a solution for automating the entire content lifecycle. Combining its enterprise content management, collaboration and search technologies, divine’s integrated approach to managing the content lifecycle enables dynamic and timely collaboration not only as content is developed, approved, and published, but also when ideas are generated and refined and, ultimately, when key audiences interact with the content on Web sites and portals. With its integrated solutions approach, divine is helping firms address two key aspects of the content lifecycle: the idea-generation phase in which business users research and collaborate to develop and refine content; and the delivery phase when content, complemented by other technologies, is used to enable intelligent interactions through content-driven applications and business initiatives. Without effectively addressing these areas, companies will never be able to fully leverage content as a strategic corporate asset.

Open Text Introduces Livelink Doorways

Open Text Corporation introduced Livelink Doorways, which allows users in Livelink to access and use content from other repositories within an enterprise. Livelink Doorways gives companies a content integration framework that enhances collaboration by bringing together all of a company’s content, no matter where it resides, and making it available to users collaborating in Livelink. The first release of Livelink Doorways offers access to Documentum 4i and a variety of file systems, including Microsoft Windows, UNIX NFS and Oracle iFS. In later releases, Open Text expects to add connectors for Hummingbird DM and DOCS Open, Lotus Notes and Domino, and other repositories, as well as provide a means for partners and customers to develop connectors to their own unique repositories. With Livelink Doorways, other content sources are mounted as containers or “doorways” within users’ Livelink workspaces. Folders, directory structures and documents from these content sources are navigable from each doorway within Livelink, using the source’s native hierarchical structure and respecting each user’s permissions to access such content.

Advent 3B2 & DMSi Team

Advent 3B2 Inc. has announced an agreement with Document Management Solutions Inc. (DMSi) to jointly market and provide services and solutions for automated document production in the United States of America. DMSi will have access to the 3B2 software and its key personnel will have extended training in the product. The two companies will co-operate in advancing system solutions for clients and providing service and support.,

iPhrase Announces Partner Program for ISVs

iPhrase Technologies, Inc. unveiled its partner program for independent software vendors (ISVs). Companies that wish to integrate a self-service search platform can now partner with iPhrase. iPhrase One Step adds value to ISVs in a variety of different markets, including: Content Management, Enterprise Portals, CRM, eCommerce, EAI, Databases, and Business Intelligence/Management Reporting. Partner members will receive access to the needed tools and program support necessary to develop their software integration. These tools include: Developer versions of the One Step platform to integrate and test applications; Advanced documentation, support and education to facilitate the integration process; A standardized certification process to test and validate the scope and quality of the software integration by the ISV developer; and Marketing support to help the ISV bring their iPhrase certified integration to the marketplace.

Vignette & Epicentric Announce Portlet Library

Vignette Corp. and Epicentric Inc. announced the availability of the Vignette V6 Portlet Library for Epicentric Foundation Server. The portlet library enables joint customers to integrate and access Vignette-managed content across multiple Web sites and portals through the user interface of the Epicentric Foundation Server. The Vignette V6 Portlet Library for Epicentric Foundation Server includes a set of content management and delivery portlets that facilitate content contribution, workflow, and site and channel management from Vignette V6 to the Epicentric portal. In addition, the portlet library leverages Epicentric Foundation Server security, customization and administration tools within Vignette V6.,

Sun & Avaltus in Enterprise Learning Content Management Partnership

Sun Microsystems announced an agreement with Avaltus Inc., a provider of enterprise Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS), that enables customers to combine a standards-based learning management and learning content management solution using the Sun Enterprise Learning Platform and the Avaltus Jupiter LCMS Suite. This new solution also promotes both content and technology standards that can provide more flexibility to organizations in tailoring learning environments for their employees. The solution supports the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM), a set of interrelated technical specifications. These specifications enable the reuse of Web-based learning content across multiple environments and products by establishing the integration between learning management and content management systems.,

SimStar Announces Alliance With Interwoven

SimStar Internet Solutions officially announced its alliance with Interwoven, Inc. The alliance, which provides SimStar with access to Interwoven resources, such as Interwoven TeamSite software and Interwoven OpenTransform, is designed to strengthen the company’s delivery capabilities for its behavior-based pharmaceutical e-marketing solutions. The collaboration will serve to enhance SimStar’s processes for content management, workflow, knowledge management, and content conversion.

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