Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) announced 24 new digital products, software and services. Xerox unveiled its latest suite of office multifunction systems, printers, digital copiers and software, along with IT services designed to track, analyze and optimize how customers manage fleets of office devices. Xerox is now bundling its DocuShare content management software with its FreeFlow SMARTsend workflow software. This offering allows customers to integrate hardcopy documents into digital work processes to reduce costs and comply with industry regulations. Xerox also announced 10 partner solutions designed to control costs and streamline document-intensive processes. These offerings extend the capabilities of Xerox advanced MFPs to help solve problems related to cost accounting, document scanning and routing, making emergency notifications and managing forms. The list of companies includes EFI, Equitrac, IPro Tech Inc., Notable Solutions Inc., Principia Products, ScanSoft Inc., Streem Communications and Verity Inc. http://www.xerox.com
XyEnterprise announced that Mekon Ltd., a UK independent integrator of XML solutions, has become a new business partner for XyEnterprise’s XML Professional Publisher (XPP) and Content@ content management solutions. Mekon will work with XyEnterprise to provide sales, professional services and technical support for XyEnterprise solutions targeted at the government, educational, aerospace and global pharmaceutical industries. http://www.mekon.com,
Day Software (SWX:DAYN)(OTC:DYIHY) announced the general availability of Day Content Repository Extreme (CRX), a new product that enables the storage, management and exchange of content across large-scale enterprises. Day CRX provides a standards-based infrastructure for integrating business applications with any structured or unstructured content in an enterprise. New features in Day CRX enable the exchange of high-value content between applications and repositories. Day’s CRX offers complete support for the recently approved Java technology standards for content management, JSR 170. The Content Repository for Java technology API was developed through the Java Community Process (JCP) program. By natively supporting JSR 170 in Day CRX, the new product enables applications to store, manage and access content in a Java technology-based repository, regardless of which platform, database, storage device, business or Web application was used to create the content. Day CRX provides full support for all of the functionality defined in the JSR 170 specification, including Level I, Level II and optional features. Day CRX includes capabilities that support the following JSR 170 standard specifications for content repositories: workspaces, hierarchy, reading and writing, nodes and properties, serialization, transactions, versioning, observation, access control, locking, and search via the new JSR query language and/or XPath queries. CRX can be downloaded at
Interwoven, Inc. (NASDAQ:IWOV) announced that it is providing customers with content storage solutions based on integrations with storage partners including EMC, Network Appliance, and Sun Microsystems. Interwoven’s content storage solutions include: Storage-Enabled Collaborative Document Management and End-to-End Web Record Retention. Interwoven is extending its Collaborative Document Management system through the integration of Interwoven WorkSite MP software with the EMC Centera content addressed storage (CAS) solution and disk-based WORM storage medium. Using the WorkSite MP Library Manager, customers can determine the appropriate level of storage into Centera, establishing a storage assignment for documents at the library, facility, or workspace level. Interwoven has extended its Content Provisioning solution to include key WORM storage integrations with: NearStore, a unified nearline storage system armed with NetApp SnapLock; Sun Microsystems Content Infrastructure System; and IBM DR-550 (via systems integrator partner Micro Strategies, Inc). The Interwoven Content Provisioning solution is a master deployment system for websites and applications, deploying all code, content and configurations.
ATG (Art Technology Group, NASDAQ: ARTG) announced that it has enhanced ATG Commerce, its commerce and marketing engine, with integrated catalog search. ATG is now leveraging the natural language search technology acquired from Primus to enable integrated, natural language catalog search to allow end users to more quickly and intuitively get to products. With this new capability, which will be available as a part of ATG Commerce 7.1 and requires the purchase of the ATG Search engine, any changes companies make in their ATG Commerce catalog will now automatically update their ATG Search function, with no manual catalog/search integration required. Updates to commerce search can now be made in near real-time (rather than in a batch process), shortening the create-to-publish cycle and allowing more dynamic merchandising initiatives. http://www.atg.com