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Day: November 6, 2005 (Page 1 of 2)

Interwoven Adds Japanese Version of Document Management Product

Interwoven, Inc. (NASDAQ:IWOV) announced the introduction of a Japanese version of its Document Management offering based on Interwoven WorkSite MP software. Enterprises that conduct business in Japan can ensure the broad adoption of document management company-wide; business professionals who utilize the system in Japanese can still collaborate and share with colleagues in other countries who may speak different languages. Other languages currently supported by Interwoven Document Management include: English, French, German, and Spanish. The Japanese version of Interwoven’s Document Management offering is available now.

FatWire & Translations.com Complete Integrated Product Offering

Translations.com and FatWire Software announced the debut of a combined product offering to eliminate barriers to cooperation between global resources. The integration of these two products provides a collaboration-based solution for localizing global content into multiple languages. The two companies partnered to develop the FatWire Adaptor for GlobalLink, which embeds GlobalLink functionality in Content Server. From within the Content Server interface, users can identify which assets need to be sent out for localization and keep track of the progress of previously localized assets to facilitate updates and revisions. Assets requiring localization are automatically extracted from Content Server and routed to the appropriate user for localization. Upon completion of localization tasks, GlobalLink reinserts the asset into the appropriate place in Content Server. The solution provides workflow integration so that a localization task can be added to one or more existing workflows in FatWire Content Server. Then, whenever an asset reaches that workflow task, it will be sent out for localization through GlobalLink. Upon the return of the localized version of the asset, GlobalLink will initiate a configured workflow. http://www.fatwire.com, http://www.translations.com

Open Text Collaborates with Microsoft on Digital Asset Management

Open Text Corporation (TSX:OTC)(NASDAQ:OTEX) said it has committed to offering Open Text’s Artesia Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database platform. To facilitate deployment of the combined solution, Microsoft has developed the SQL Server Migration Accelerator (SSMA) tool, software that accelerates the migration of back-end data to the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 platform. The SSMA tool reduces the cost and time required for analysis, migration and follow-up testing, streamlining the transition of customers’ DAM solutions to the SQL Server platform. The Open Text Artesia Digital Media Group helps customers address the growing competitive and regulatory pressures to improve the management of digital media content. This group also leads Open Text’s horizontal strategy for digital media as a key component of ECM, and champions the unique ECM requirements of media companies worldwide. Open Text anticipates an accelerated initial rollout of solutions in calendar Q1, 2006. http://www.opentext.com

Altova XMLSpy 2006 Supports Microsoft Visual Studio 2005

Altova announced that Altova XMLSpy 2006 includes full support for the newly released Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. From directly within the Visual Studio 2005 development environment, developers can access the functionality of XMLSpy 2006 to build XML-based applications. In addition to Visual Studio 2005
integration, the new 2006 version contains updated XSLT 2.0, XPath 2.0, and XQuery support in compliance with the latest World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Working Drafts released on September 15, 2005, as well as schema-awareness in its XSLT 2.0 and XQuery engines. Similar to its support for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003, XMLSpy 2006 provides “deep” integration with Visual Studio 2005. This gives Microsoft developers seamless access to the editing views and
development tools of XMLSpy 2006 in the same environment where they develop .NET Framework-based applications. XMLSpy 2006 is currently available for purchase in both Professional and Enterprise Editions with (USD) prices for a single-user license starting at $499 and $999 respectively. Customers with a valid Altova
Support and Maintenance Package (SMP) are eligible to update to XMLSpy 2006 software free of charge. http://www.altova.com

XyEnterprise & Quadralay Announce Strategic Partnership

Quadralay Corporation and XyEnterprise announced a strategic partnership that will combine XyEnterprise’s Content@ software with Quadralay’s WebWorks AutoMap. These technologies streamline business processes, providing information-management capabilities and automated online publishing for midsize and large Adobe FrameMaker and Microsoft Word authoring groups. XyEnterprise’s Content@ is a content management application that manages structured and unstructured content as whole documents or reusable components that can then be shared across multiple delivery channels. With FrameMaker Application Interfaces, content developers, managers and publishers have instant connectivity between Adobe FrameMaker and Content@. Additional support for FrameMaker’s “Book” format means any FrameMaker document can be tracked and versioned within the Content@ application. Content@ also supports many Microsoft products and has several new offerings that support Microsoft’s “XML” based applications. WebWorks AutoMap streamlines the traditional ePublishing process by extending control over formatting, look and feel, and content targeting. The joint solution is immediately available. ,

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