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Day: July 11, 2004

Conviveon Announces Version 6.0 of SiteConnect Server

Conviveon Corp. announced Version 6.0 of SiteConnect Server. The new version incorporates built-in shopping cart functionality with customizable fulfillment workflow capabilities. SiteConnect’s new shopping cart functionality is integrated with its content management, collaboration, and e-marketing functionality. SiteConnect Server 6.0 now allows the creation of enhanced RFQ functionality and more traditional e-commerce solutions. Version 6.0 also includes a new XML based interface for providing dynamic content on existing web sites using existing technology, including Microsoft .Net, PHP, Cold Fusion, and Active Server Pages. Also included are new features for ranking search results by relevancy and the ability to index documents attached to a content record. Additional enhancements to SiteConnect Server include upgraded multi-lingual content management and development capabilities, and expanded options for content organization. The new version of Conviveon SiteConnect Server is available now.

Language Weaver Upgrades Translation Software

Language Weaver, Inc. announced general availability of its application software upgraded to version 2.2. New or improved features include: A friendlier, easier-to-read and more informative web client for the client-server application; Translation job queuing when using the web client for the client-server application; Optional web client user authentication; Multithreading, which enables users to process translations up to 20 percent faster on a dual-CPU system; Transliteration control for applicable language pairs, which allows users to independently toggle display of unknown words and transliteration of unknown words; and Browser support for Netscape 7.1 and higher, in addition to Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and above. Language Weaver has upgraded all language pairs to be compatible with the new application software. Those customers upgrading from a previous version will need to replace their language pair CDs, which are available from Language Weaver at no additional charge. Language Weaver has also adopted a new numbering scheme to make it easier for customers to identify the compatibility of application versions with the language pair software they use as they move forward.

Captaris Launches Enterprise Content Integration & Information Delivery Solution

Captaris, Inc. announced the launch of Interchange, a solution to combine content integration with information delivery. Captaris Interchange, built on Microsoft .NET architecture, provides integration with enterprise business applications through a rules-based workflow engine that provides information processing and formatting and allows multiple concurrent delivery options including fax, email, HTML, XML and SMS. Interchange will initially be available in North America through select distribution channels in Q3 2004.

Open Text & Siemens Business Services Announce European Alliance

Open Text Corporation announced an alliance with Siemens Business Services, a subsidiary of Siemens AG. Siemens will combine its range of IT services, including consulting, systems integration and IT systems management, with Open Text’s Livelink Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software. As part of the partnership, Open Text becomes a Siemens premier partner, providing its full range of Livelink-based solutions. Siemens Business Services becomes a Premier Business Alliance Partner of Open Text, with the ability to deliver management consulting, system implementation, software customization and project-based reselling for Open Text solutions. The agreement also allows all affiliates of Siemens Business Services worldwide to participate in the contract.,

Stellent Acquires Content Management Solutions Provider in Mexico

Stellent, Inc. announced it has acquired Content Management de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., a content management solutions provider who has offered sales, support and training services for Stellent products across Mexico and Central America since 2001. Stellent purchased the company for $750,000 in cash and certain contingent considerations based on revenues generated in Mexico over a two-year period.

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