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Day: April 19, 2004

Inxight Unveils TimeWall

Inxight Software, Inc. announced Inxight TimeWall, a visual timeline analysis tool. TimeWall provides users with the ability to see the bigger picture of the information at hand and allows them to focus on and interact with specific, important data points. TimeWall displays data on an interactive, three-dimensional “wall”, that allows analysts and other decision-makers to view huge data sets on one screen, at the same time giving them the ability to focus on specific areas of interest. This ability ensures that the context of the entire data set is not lost. When the user spots a cluster of activity, a simple click moves that period of time into focus, allowing the user to see the specifics of the events what happened in what order and includes links to the original information source. Users can also filter views to show only the data that is of specific interest to them. TimeWall will be available as a component of Inxight VizServer. Inxight TimeWall is available immediately.

Xpriori Announces Expansion of Operations & Availability of NeoCore XMS Version 3

Xpriori announced the expansion of its operation and the availability of Xpriori’s NeoCore XMS version 3.0. Xpriori, LLC was formed in September 2003 to address the content and information management markets. Xpriori acquired all NeoCore intellectual property, among them NeoCore XMS, an XML-based information management system. Xpriori is expanding operations to include a new Web-based campaign targeted at developers. Fully functional developer licenses of NeoCore XMS, with no time limitations, will be made available to developers free of charge. NeoCore XMS supports popular development environments and integration kits are available for numerous front-end applications, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Infopath, Adobe products, XML Spy, Mapforce, and others. NeoCore XMS is available for Windows, Solaris and Linux platforms. Licenses are available for enterprise, small-mid sized, and embedded deployments.

Stellent Announces Expanded Functionality for Stellent Site Studio

Stellent, Inc. announced expanded functionality for Stellent Site Studio, a Web content management application based upon Stellent’s Universal Content Management system and designed to support building multiple Web sites. Site Studio allows companies to maintain a degree of centralized control over the architecture and presentation of Web sites, while distributing content ownership and site management to each business unit, franchise or geographic location. Site Studio now allows companies to more easily deploy and maintain multiple Web sites in different languages. Web site designers can use their local operating systems to create sites, and content contributors can author site content in their native language with Site Studio automatically publishing the content to the Web. Site Studio’s contribution user interface is available in English, French, German, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. Stellent Site Studio now gives content contributors more control over the formatting of their content, with available formatting managed by a central Web designer. Site Studio’s new functionality also includes enhanced content re-use capabilities. Site Studio is included with the Stellent Web Content Management solution, which is sold as an option to Stellent Content Server. Stellent Web Content Management is priced from $25,000 to $100,000 USD, based on the number of contributors.

SchemaLogic & Innodata Isogen Sign Alliance Agreement

SchemaLogic and Innodata Isogen announced they have formed a new business alliance. SchemaLogic and Innodata Isogen will work cooperatively on marketing and sales activities in the information management and content integration marketplace. Together, the companies provide a complete solution for large organizations producing and aggregating XML content. Innodata Isogen optimizes content supply chains — the sequence of activities necessary to create, use and distribute information or information products. SchemaLogic software manages the cross-system metadata, schema, taxonomies and vocabularies that define and describe distributed information. Together the firms deliver an enterprise view of data structures and semantics used by various systems, along with business processes to simplify content integration and information retrieval.,

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