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Day: October 5, 2003

KineMatik & Open Text Partner

KineMatik, a provider of enterprise Collaborative eR&D (CeR&D) solutions, and Open Text Corporation said they would provide their integrated software solutions to Irish biotechnology research institutions to help scientists manage information and collaborate on research projects. KineMatik and Open Text will donate licenses of their software to two Centers for Science, Engineering & Technology (CSETs) in Ireland. The centers include the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre at University College Cork, in Cork, Ireland, where scientists will be conducting research into drug treatment and pharmaceutical products whose applications can include treatments for Crohn’s disease, and the Royal College of Surgeons’ National Center for Human Proteomics in Dublin, where researchers will study technologies and proteins that can successfully treat diseases of the heart. KineMatik’s eNovator is integrated with Open Text’s Livelink product.,

Documentum Announces Linux Support for Documentum 5

Documentum announced that it plans to offer support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Documentum 5, the latest version of the company’s ECM platform. Documentum has joined the Red Hat Advanced Software Partner program to support its Linux development and support efforts. Documentum’s support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux will be made in a phased-approach, with Web application support available later this year.,

Interwoven TeamSite Content Server 6.0 & Web Services Kit Now Available

Interwoven, Inc. announced the general availability of its TeamSite 6.0 Content Server software. This announcement follows the official launch of the product in July of this year. The new release of Interwoven’s core content management offering extends content management access to all business users and enables them to maintain control and distributed ownership of content across the enterprise. Also launched in July and shipping today is Interwoven ContentServices SDK 2.0, a Web Services-based toolkit that provides access to 160 content management services such as task management, workflow, user access, project configuration, and versioning from J2EE and .NET applications.

OpenPages Announces Sarbanes-Oxley Express 2.0

OpenPages introduced Sarbanes-Oxley Express 2.0 a framework that supports companies’ corporate governance strategies. SOX 2.0, a Web-based suite of enterprise applications, addresses both the specifics of Sections 404 and 302 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, as well as ongoing modifications and additions proposed by the SEC and other regulatory organizations. Version 2.0 extends SOX with enhancements that address Section 302, which requires officers to sign statements verifying the completeness and accuracy of financial statements. Specifically, 2.0 includes a fully articulated Survey capability. Sarbanes-Oxley Express 2.0 is built on the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) framework, and runs on top of the OpenPages 4.0 Enterprise Edition OP4 Platform. The OP4, a J2EE-compliant environment, combines a set of services, including document and content management, collaborative and automated workflows, and multi-channel publishing.

TripleHop Announces MatchPoint 3.0

TripleHop Technologies announced MatchPoint 3.0, its new enterprise contextual search software. MatchPoint 3.0 combines statistical and semantic analysis to give users increased sensitivity to the context of their query including the user profile and existing enterprise knowledge. MatchPoint 3.0 enhances the sensitivity of a query as it factors in the context of the search. MatchPoint automatically generates a contextual thesaurus as it crawls and indexes enterprise documents, and uses this thesaurus to disambiguate and expand the user query based on existing enterprise knowledge, the user profile and the customer’s work process. MatchPoint’s index architecture gives users immediate access to new documents. The product uses a distributed architecture to create as many “Search Services” as necessary. Each Search Service can have several indexes and each index can be partitioned. User queries are launched into multiple indexes and sub-indexes, and the results are merged through the MatchPoint Federator. This distributed architecture helps handle terabytes of data without substantially degrading response time.

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