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Day: March 30, 2003

Endeca & ClearForest Announce Strategic Partnership

Endeca and ClearForest announced a partnership that will provide customers with the ability to search, explore and navigate unstructured enterprise data. ClearForest will offer unstructured data auto tagging to customers deploying Endeca ProFind enterprise search application solutions. Endeca and ClearForest have integrated their technology products to provide a more powerful information retrieval system for large corporate and government users. Through its automated creation of metadata, ClearTags transforms unstructured content and makes it as accessible as the structured information typically found in databases. In combination with Endeca ProFind, an advanced search and Guided Navigation application, users will benefit from search and navigation of unstructured data.,

LEGATO Integrates Verity Software Into Content Management Suite

Verity Inc. announced its Verity K2 Developer (K2D) software has been embedded into ApplicationXtender, an integrated suite of enterprise content management solutions from LEGATO Systems Inc. Verity K2D complements ApplicationXtender’s foreign language support in the enhanced search capability by supporting the languages offered by ApplicationXtender — Japanese, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.

RedDot Launches Content Management Server 5.0

RedDot Solutions announced the launch of RedDot Content Management Server (CMS) 5.0. Among the new features are improved database support including native Oracle connections, and a graphical workflow designer. The RedDot translation editor is also now available as a server option. RedDot now offers full support for Oracle (in addition to MS-SQL Server and MSDE) as the internal database platform for a RedDot deployment. There is a new graphical browser-based interface for the design and modification of workflow processes within RedDot. The RedDot Translation Editor supports a global enterprise with translation tools to assist with the deployment of multilingual sites. Translators are notified via workflow e-mail when content has been created or modified and that content needs to be translated into the language that s/he is responsible for. The RedDot Translation Editor gives the translator a split-screen text editor with one side displaying the original content and the other a text editor ready for the translator to input the content in the language needed. For a detailed list of CMS 5.0 features and functionality, see

Merant Introduces Latest Version of Enterprise Content Management Solution

Merant announced Merant Collage 4.0. Merant Collage 4.0 is easier to use, delivers advanced deployment capabilities, and offers enhanced support for Oracle9i Database, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Linux servers and Macintosh clients. Merant Collage 4.0 features enhancements to deployment capabilities, enabling organizations to deploy code and content to databases and portals in addition to staging and production servers. Merant Collage also allows companies to deploy assets residing outside of the Collage repository, associate custom commands with deployment at multiple points of time, and execute custom commands on deployment servers. Merant Collage 4.0 supports Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Linux servers and Macintosh clients, as well as the comprehensive, integrated platform provided by Oracle’s end-to-end technology stack, including the Oracle9i Database and Oracle9i Application Server. Merant Collage also supports multiple other operating systems, relational database platforms, application servers, desktop browsers and industry protocols. Merant Collage 4.0 will be available in April 2003.

Percussion Introduces Rhythmyx 5 Enterprise Content Management

Percussion Software introduced version 5 of its Rhythmyx Content Management System (CMS), a major release that extends Rhythmyx into an ECM solution. It also features an architecture for system scaling – De-Coupled Delivery – which supports new delivery platforms as they are adopted. New capabilities in release 5 include: A new Document Management Module; new Rhythmyx Content Connectors for Oracle9i Applications Server and BEA WebLogic portals, the MediaBin Digital Asset Management (DAM) system, and Kofax’ Ascent Capture; a new user interface for managing all ECM content; enhanced globalization support for management of multi-lingual content delivered to multiple audiences; and a new Web Services Developer Kit. Rhythmyx 5.0 is sold as a comprehensive ECM solution, or as a basic solution for Web Content Management (WCM) implementations, with a smooth upgrade path to the full ECM product. Both configurations are built on the same ECM foundation code base. Rhythmyx 5 supports Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Solaris platforms and is available for licensing immediately.

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