U.S. Capital Market Backs Day Software; Launches New Product

Jul 01, 2005


Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, has announced that M.A.G. Capital, LLC (formerly Mercator Advisory Group, LLC), has provided investment capital of approximately CHF 2.3 million to Day. The investment is structured as an increase of Day Software Holding AG's capital of approximately 9%. The proceeds of the transaction will be used for working capital and the advancement of Day's new product line, Content Repository Extreme (CRX).

According to Day, its Content Repository Extreme is one of the first commercially available Java content repositories that is fully compliant with the new global industry standard JSR 170. The product is designed to make enterprise content accessible for any application. CRX allows for the storage, retrieval, and management of content across large-scale enterprises.

Day Software has announced the general availability of CRX. Day CRX provides an open, 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 content between applications and repositories. Day CRX offers complete support for recently approved Java technology standards in content management, JSR 170 Content Repository for Java technology API developed through the Java Community Process program. 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.