Databeacon Releases Collaboration Edition in US

May 16, 2003


Databeacon Inc., a developer of Web reporting and data analysis software, has announced the US availability of Databeacon Collaboration Edition. This release gives organizations the ability to publish and disseminate live Web reports and data analysis to a large number of information consumers over corporate extranets or the Internet. Databeacon Collaboration Edition offers anyone with a browser and an Internet connection the ability to collaborate on Web reports without the need to install software or take training. Simply send an email from the Databeacon Insight viewer to people of your choice to activate a self-defined workgroup. Email recipients just click on an "Analyze Report" link and then can continue to interactively analyze Web report data within their own Databeacon Insight viewer which is loaded automatically in their browser. They are then able to add their own Web reports to share within the workgroup as needed.

Databeacon Collaboration Edition also introduces new capabilities and features including: an updated user interface for Databeacon Insight viewer; relative time categories; new presentation modes; exception highlighting; and PageEnhancer API. Pricing for Databeacon Collaboration starts at $5,000 for a 5-user license. Databeacon's unlimited user/Web server pricing starts at $25,000 per processor for Databeacon Collaboration Edition, and $15,000 per processor for Databeacon PageEnhancer API. Databeacon Collaboration Edition is immediately available for Windows 95, 98, NT, Millenium, 2000 and XP; standard Web servers with CGI support such as Apache 2.0+ or MS IIS 4+; and MS Internet Explorer 5.0+ and Netscape Navigator 4.7+ Web browsers. UNIX releases (IBM AIX, HP-UX, Sun Solaris, and LINUX) and Microsoft Analysis Services support are scheduled for release this summer.