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Month: February 2003 (Page 1 of 10)

Vignette Announces Vignette Dialog

Vignette Corp. launched Vignette Dialog, an application for building solutions that automate and personalize relationships across multiple touchpoints through selected communications. Vignette Dialog enables organizations to engage prospects, customers, partners and employees with automated personalized interactions through Web sites, portals, phone calls, e-mail, wireless devices and direct mail. Vignette Dialog, which leverages the intellectual property acquired from Revenio in late 2002, has a browser-based interface so business users can easily define, modify and track dialogs. Business users can access real-time reports to plan and track the costs and results of each customer interaction. Vignette Dialog interacts with existing enterprise applications, such as CRM solutions, data warehouses, SFA systems, call centers and Web sites. Vignette Dialog capabilities include interactive dialogs, event-triggered dialogs,multistep dialogs, support for multiple touchpoints, and integration with enterprise content sources. Vignette offers current customers the opportunity to be “Up and Running” within 30 days. Vignette Dialog is currently available.

SDL International Launches

SDL Plc (SDL) announced the integration of a new range of automated translation solutions into now offers a comprehensive range of services for any translation requirement, from personal correspondence to the localisation of corporate websites. “Click2Translate Express” is a new feature of that provides the facility to either enhance computer-generated translation results, or to order professional translations of the original text. Click2Translate Express currently offers 2 levels of service: Edited, for improved computer generated translation, and Premium, for high quality professional translation.

Soholaunch Announces Site Management Tool V4.5

Soholaunch, Inc. announced the release of the Soholaunch Site Management Tool (SMT) version 4.5. SMT 4.5 now runs on Microsoft NT as well as Linux. Additional features include Multi-User Access, a Web Form Builder and a Photo Album. SMT 4.5 is a stand-alone, thin-client website development application that creates and manages database-driven websites through a “drag and drop” browser interface. The program, written in PHP and supporting name-based or IP environments, requires a mySQL database and installs on servers running Linux or Microsoft NT. The product has eight integrated business modules: Page Editor, Shopping Cart, Secure Login System, Custom Forms Management, MySQL Database Table Manager, eNewsletter System, Event Calendar and Site Statistics. The Soholaunch Site Management Tool is available immediately. The MSRP of the SMT Pro is $799 and the SMT Lite is $199.

SAQQARA Ships CommerceSuite 4.5 With Support for Quark & XML

SAQQARA Systems, Inc. announced the release of SAQQARA CommerceSuite 4.5 with support for Quark and XML. CommerceSuite 4.5 provides a collaborative content authoring and publishing platform that supports multiple publishing vehicles to allow suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and industry exchanges to leverage product content across multiple mediums. CommerceSuite 4.5 includes Web Services to facilitate integration with enterprise applications. CommerceSuite 4.5 integration to Quark Express via XML export enables the publishing from one database repository to all media. A custom XSLT simplifies mapping the XSD’s to destination structures — tagging the catalog data with names that are familiar to a customers’ QuarkXPress team. CommerceSuite 4.5 uses XML to distribute and re-use content from the enterprise repository, and has expanded the ability to get data into and out of the master catalog by providing XML export of the entire product contents of the web catalog. SAQQARA CommerceSuite 4.5 is available immediately. Special upgrade pricing and maintenance agreements are available.

Open Text Acquires Corechange

Open Text Corporation and Corechange, Inc. announced the closing of the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding shares of Corechange by a wholly owned subsidiary of Open Text. Corechange’s portal software provides a window into a company’s enterprise content, applications, services, and productivity tools. Coreport, the main product from Corechange, provides an enterprise access framework, deploying secure, scalable intranet and extranet portals. Benefits of integration with Open Text’s collaboration and knowledge management system, Livelink, include enhancement of Livelink connectors UNITE and Doorways; application integration at the point of access – with Corechange’s portal framework, Livelink will offer a horizontal solution unifying existing applications in CRM, ERP and SCM, and direct interaction with any kind of application running on any platform both web and legacy – with no change to the native application and no loss of functionality. This $4.2 million cash transaction will not result in an immediate or material financial change in guidance for Open Text’s fiscal 2003 year.,

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