Idiom Technologies, Inc. announced expanded deployment and licensing options for its WorldServer globalization platform. Aimed at the translation and localization needs of global organizations of all sizes, Idiom now provides deployment and licensing options to suit nearly every IT resource and budgetary need. These options include hosted solutions, with the ability to deploy WorldServer offsite in a secure datacenter, and month-to-month or multi-year term licensing choices in addition to the company’s traditional perpetual license agreements. With WorldServer Hosted Solutions, Idiom Professional Services or an Idiom Technologies Certified Partner install, configure and run WorldServer offsite in a secure, reliable and high-performance datacenter. All WorldServer Hosted Solutions are based on a dual-server configuration designed for optimal performance. Customers may choose from Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle Database, and a variety of user configurations. An alternative to traditional perpetual licensing plans, WorldServer Term Licensing provides customers with the option to make time-limited software licensing commitments on a month-to-month or multi-year basis. Software maintenance is included in the term license fee.
Altova announced a new approach to accelerating the creation of reliable Web services by leveraging the visual design capabilities of Altova XMLSpy and MapForce. Customers can develop applications based on WSDL, SOAP, and other Web-based standards so that data can be shared across disparate business systems. To help customers better understand Web services and how Altova tools simplify their development, the Altova Solutions Center now contains specific business scenarios, case studies, technical guidance, video demonstrations, white papers, free online training classes, and a recommended gameplan for Web services success. The complementary features of Altova XMLSpy and MapForce automate many of the otherwise complex steps in Web services development so developers can concentrate on business rules and logic instead of becoming mired in source code or the arcane implementation details of the infrastructure. The Web services information resources are available now in the Altova Solutions Center and can be accessed free of charge at: http://www.altova.com/solutions_center.html
Scientigo, Inc. (OTCBB:MKTE) and Critical Technologies, Inc. jointly announced the signing of a technology teaming agreement. The collaboration between the companies joins Critical Technologies transaction processing solution with Scientigo’s multi-patented intelligent document recognition and search solutions to create an information processing, management and retrieval solution. The companies will initially concentrate on addressing the document management demands associated with medical and dental revenue cycle management processes, compliance issues mandating large data and email storage, and other enterprise management applications within the healthcare, financial and legal markets.
ZyLAB announced that its channel program has gained several new partnerships in the past six months. Ambit Solutions, Information Management Solutions, Light Industries, Lockheed Martin, RS Pacific, Solutions in Software, Southeast Digital Networks, SECURE ITnet have all engaged ZyLAB to participate in the program. ZyLAB offers partners a modular information access platform to manage e-mail, electronic documents and paper. http://www.zylab.com