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Day: September 20, 2004

Mark Logic Announces Open Content Architecture (OCA) & Partners

Mark Logic Corporation announced the Open Content Architecture (OCA) and new partner network. Using Mark Logic and the solutions provided by its partners, customers now have an open, extensible platform on which content-centric applications can be rapidly built and deployed. The new partner network includes providers in content conversion, content authoring and real-time collaboration, content enrichment, entity extraction, dynamic taxonomy generation, visualization, and content integration. Together these companies will deliver solutions for customers leveraging Mark Logic as an open content database platform. Founding members in the Partner Network include: Blast Radius, ClearForest Corporation, Composite Software, Exegenix, Groxis, Intellisophic, Inxight, Itemfield, and Olive Software. Under the OCA model, customers construct content applications built on Mark Logic’s standards-based content repository with a compatible architecture. Third party solutions that provide specific functionality can be “snapped onto” the content repository as needed.

Day Provides Content Repository API for Java Technology to Apache to Promote JSR 170

Day announced that it has made available an implementation of the Content Repository API for Java Technology (JCR) to the Apache Software Foundation in order to further promote industry adoption and collaboration of the JSR 170 standard. Apache has formed a new Incubator project, code-named “Jackrabbit”, to accept the donation and guide future development of the software. JSR 170 recently passed the public review stage of the Java Community Process, and is currently incorporating public comments. Day, as JSR 170 Specification Lead, is responsible for developing an official Reference Implementation and Testing Compatibility Kit for the Content Repository API, and has chosen to do so through the Apache open source community in order to promote open collaboration among the various industry participants and further adoption of the standard by the community of server-side Java application developers. The JSR 170 expert group includes members from 22 independent companies, including Apache, BEA, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Novell, SAP, Sun and Oracle.,

MetaMatrix Signs Technology Partnership with Business Objects

MetaMatrix announced the signing of a technology partnership with Business Objects. Under the terms of the agreement, MetaMatrix will join the Business Objects Technology Partner Program and the two companies will engage in joint sales and marketing activities of there EII and BI offerings. MetaMatrix enables organizations using the business intelligence platform and tools from Business Objects to complement their implementations with on-demand access to information integrated from disparate sources including data warehouses, ERP and CRM applications, legacy systems, as well as XML and ODBC-based data sources. With its library of connectors to packaged applications and data sources, including SAP R/3, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Siebel, MetaMatrix can also co-exist with Business Objects Data Integrator, a batch and real-time data integration platform, and help to provide on-demand information access across disparate data silos. MetaMatrix is also able to provide Business Objects customers with metadata management capabilities.,

Verity & eFORCE to Co-Market Integrated Portal Solution to Healthcare Market

Verity Inc. and eFORCE Inc. announced an agreement to provide healthcare organizations with an integrated portal solution. The agreement calls for both companies to co-market and co-sell their respective technologies to each other’s client base in the healthcare arena. With this agreement, joint customers will be able to leverage Verity K2 Enterprise’s advanced search, classification and recommendation capabilities within a portal framework consisting of repeatable processes, methodologies and technology deployed using the eFORCE Global Delivery Model. Verity K2 Enterprise’s advanced search, classification and recommendation capabilities can enable users to search, browse and retrieve any content within the eFORCE portal. In addition, the Verity solution’s real-time indexing capability can enable users to search and retrieve this information as soon as it is created or modified.,

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