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Day: May 11, 2004

Extensis Announces Portfolio 7.0 for Windows

Extensis Inc. announced immediate availability of its Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution, Portfolio 7 and Portfolio Server 7 for Windows (Macintosh versions will be available in May). Portfolio enables small-to-medium sized organizations to multiple workgroups in global 2000 companies to organize, retrieve, repurpose, and distribute digital files. Portfolios new AutoSync functionality allows users to assign tasks to Portfolio Server, enabling automatic synchronization. NetPublish is an add-on module that automates the process of turning Portfolio catalogs into full featured websites. Other features include One Click CD/DVD archiving, Batch Image Conversion that allows users to convert image files to JPEG or TIFF format, with controls for resolution, size and color mode, and Round-trip embedding of IPTC and XMP metadata into JPEG and TIFF files. Portfolio 7 is available at an estimated street price of $199.95US with a single NetPublish license. Upgrades are available for an estimated street price of $99.95US. Portfolio Server’s estimated street price is $3,499.95US. Upgrades to Portfolio 7 Server are available for an estimated street price of $1,999.95. NetPublish Server licenses can be purchased for an estimated street price of $1999.95US.

Hot Banana & SitePosition Partner

Hot Banana Software Inc. and SitePosition announced a partnership to co-market Hot Banana, a Web Content Management System, built from the ground up in harmony with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices. Websites with content that has previously been inaccessible to search engine spiders, due to Macromedia’s Flash!, or dynamic or database-driven content, can now admit search engine spiders and crawlers to access all publicly-available web content, no matter how deep. Hot Banana’s ability to parse and index all existing and updated web content, information and data enables any website to achieve a balance between organic search engine rankings and a paid-ranking strategy with Google, Yahoo!, and MSN. Hot Banana is built on Macromedia’s Cold Fusion MX Server, can leverage the features available to a J2EE application server, and can be deployed on IBM’s WebSphere or Macromedia’s JRUN. Hot Banana’s database engine is Microsoft’s SQL Server, and Hot Banana is .NET-, XML-, and Web Services-ready. Web server performance is taken into consideration by caching database queries, creating persistent Web page objects, and producing cached, XML-based navigation structures.,

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