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Day: July 6, 2004

Infodata Upgrades AnnoDoc; Integrates with Documentum

Infodata Systems Inc. announced an upgrade of AnnoDoc 1.5.3. This release provides integrations for use with Documentum Webtop 5.2.5 (SP1), Documentum Desktop Client 5.2.5 (SP1), and Documentum Compliance Manager 5.2.5 (SP1). With AnnoDoc, the enterprise has the means to maintain control over their internal content review processes. AnnoDoc incorporates a security model to support activity level permission settings, and enables parallel review of content to promote workflow processing. Infodata’s upcoming Annotation Suite 2.0 Compliance Edition product, scheduled for release in September 2004, leverages AnnoDoc technology and will provide versioning of annotations, distinction between annotation authors and annotation owners, searchable annotations, annotation consolidation, annotation object security, expanded support for annotating Microsoft Office documents, and access to multiple repository services. www.infodata.com

Mathsoft Partners with Documentum

Mathsoft announced it will join forces with Documentum to enable calculation management capabilities that combine engineering information generated in Mathcad software with business processes automated by the Documentum Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform. Customers will now be able to use Documentum to store, search, retrieve and reuse Mathcad-generated calculations and results. They will be able to integrate calculations and results into Documentum-powered workflows and business processes, including auditing trails, engineering change orders (ECOs), ISO 9000 quality certification procedures, Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance efforts, and Six Sigma quality assurance processes. The integration will specifically enable the Documentum ECM platform to read and process Mathcad calculation worksheets using XML. As a result, the combined system will treat the documents as structured chunks of content – calculations, graphics, methods, assumptions, data and results. The integration will be part of a Mathsoft service engagement. Implementations will start at $10,000. www.documentum.com, www.mathsoft.com

RenderX Announces XEP.NET

RenderX, Inc. announced the availability of XEP.NET — an XSL formatter component for the .NET environment. XEP.NET employs XML-based processing to convert user documents into high quality typeset publications, including PDF and PostScript formats, for high volume printing and electronic distribution. Created for networked deployment and distributed processing, XEP.NET is based on the same core software as RenderX’s Java version — XEP. In the future, RenderX will maintain both applications with identical functionality; any enhancements to features will be released in both the Java and .NET products at the same time. With this release, RenderX updated both XEP and XEP.NET with new features including support for kerning both XSL FO text and SVG text, page master selection which fully conforms to the XSL specification, improved treatment of overflow conditions, new extension elements, SVG color naming capability, and support for markers in SVG. www.renderx.com

Gilbane Content Technology Works Announces Case Study Webinar

Join the Gilbane Report’s Mary Laplante and Tina Steil of Meredith Corporation at a Gilbane Content Technology Works webinar to learn how Meredith’s Creative Library enables the company to increase revenues and decrease costs. The Creative Library is an enterprise digital asset management solution that serves as a resource for Meredith’s many publishing and marketing businesses. The seminar will be held Thursday, July 29 at 3:00 PM EDT and is hosted by Artesia Technologies. Click here for more information and to register., www.artesia.com/webseminar/gilbane_form.html

Extreme 2004 Program Available – New Gilbane Subscriber Discount

Extreme is a technical conference devoted to markup, markup languages, markup systems, markup applications, and software for manipulating and exploiting markup. Papers at Extreme this year discuss: Topic Maps; Overlap; Querying XML; RDF; XSLT; quality assurance, error correction, and error prevention in XML documents; Ontologies; XML software; and case studies from government, industry, and academia. Gilbane Report Subscribers get $100. discount! Enter “Gilbane” in the “Coupon Code” box on the registration form. , www.extrememarkup.com

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