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Day: June 2, 2004 (Page 1 of 2)

Jalios Unveils JCMS Portal Connector 1.0

Jalios, a spin-off of Bull and INRIA, unveiled JCMS Portal Connector 1.0. With JCMS content can now be incorporated in and distributed from all JSR168-compatible infrastructure portals. Companies that have deployed application portals, either on the Internet or within their Intranet, can offer their users, via JCMS, management of the content production cycle and documents within multiple work spaces, rights management and delegation, collaborative publishing, content categorization, and groupware tools. Information management applications can be transparently integrated in portals alongside corporate applications: human resources, CRM and other Enterprise Resource Planning solutions. JCMS Portal Connector supports all JSR168 compatible infrastructure portals, such as BEA WebLogic Portal, IBM Websphere Portal Software Solution and Sun ONE Portal Server. The JCMS Portal Connector 1.0 license is priced at just Euro 5,000 excluding VAT. www.jalios.com

Kentico Announces Kentico CMS for ASP.NET

Kentico announced an upcoming product called Kentico CMS for ASP.NET. The new product aims to become the most affordable CMS for ASP.NET professionals. Kentico CMS was designed for Web developers who deliver Web sites for their customers or their companies. Its architecture combines SQL, XML and ASP.NET into one metadata-driven solution. Kentico has also announced two programs: a Beta-Testing Program for developers who want to participate in beta testing, and a Solutions Partner Program for software companies and Web development consultants that decide to use Kentico CMS for delivering custom solutions to their customers. Kentico plans to release the beta version in June 2004. Product pricing will start at USD $499 per Web site. The development license will be free. www.kentico.com

FatWire Announces Spark 6 pCM for Sun Java System Portal Server

FatWire Software announced that it has expanded its integration with the Sun Java System Portal Server through its latest release of Spark 6 pCM (portal Content Management) for Sun. FatWire has also deepened its integration with Sun through its Reference Architecture for enterprise solutions that now utilizes FatWire Content Server 5.5 applications. FatWires Spark 6 uses the Sun Java System Identity Server user and group management for single sign-on authentication and authorization and supports JSR 168. Spark can be installed quickly, features content management and document management interfaces, and installs with four pre-built delivery portlets for job postings, corporate communications, documents and advertisements. Spark 6 pCM is available now at $25,000 per server. www.fatwire.com

Tripos & Crown Partners in Ally to Provide Drug Discovery Knowledge Management Solutions

Tripos, Inc. and Crown Partners LLC announced the formation of a strategic relationship combining Crown Partners’ enterprise content management solution with Tripos’ electronic notebook offering. The relationship strengthens the Tripos Electronic Notebook solution by including workflow, collaboration and content management technologies from Documentum, and provides the electronic notebook with support for intellectual property issues involved in the research and development life cycle. www.crownpartners.com, www.tripos.com

Stellent Enhances SmartCabinet

Stellent, Inc. announced new features and functionality for Stellent SmartCabinet, a Web-based application that provides paper-intensive real estate companies and corporations with a platform to share and access leases, franchise contracts, insurance policies, amendments and architectural drawings. The enhanced SmartCabinet application now offers real estate users more advanced contribution, customization, control, comprehension and collaboration features. The SmartCabinet solution also provides real estate users more control over how and when internal and external parties access the solution. For collaborative, team-based initiatives, Stellent offers the SmartCabinet Advanced Collaboration module that allows users to define and manage projects in a “virtual deal room” setting. Stellent SmartCabinet is available either as an installed software package or as a rented, hosted service. Hosted service pricing is based on number of users, amount of storage used and a monthly access fee. Customers can purchase the SmartCabinet Advanced Collaboration and SmartCabinet Advanced Workflow modules as add-on features. www.stellent.com/realestate

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