Venetica announced a major release of VeniceBridge. The new release will increase the types of content repositories that can be integrated with enterprise applications through VeniceBridge’s single, bi-directional interface. VeniceBridge 5.0 will expand its universal view to include a common inbox to workflow engines such as Documentum and FileNET, and independent BPM engines such as MQSeries Workflow. Target engines also include BizTalk, Open Text, and Staffware. VeniceBridge 5.0 will also make statements, invoices and other information stored in enterprise report management (ERM) systems available. Target ERM systems include IBM OnDemand, Mobius ViewDirect and FileNET Panagon Report Manager. The release includes an event subscription model that can provide notification when a document or workflow change has been made. VeniceBridge will extend the current interface with higher-level, document-oriented web services transactions. VeniceBridge 5.0 will also provide new features for handling geographically dispersed content sources and extremely large content such as audio, video and high-resolution images. VeniceBridge 5.0 will be generally available in Q2 2003.