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Across Systems (Germany), a provider of corporate translation management systems, and Clay Tablet Technologies (Canada), a provider of software that integrates any content management systems with any translation management systems, have announced a strategic partnership.

Posted Oct 12, 2007

Canto and Quark Inc. announced an integration between the Canto Cumulus digital asset management system and the newly announced Quark Publishing System (QPS) 7.

Posted Oct 12, 2007

Jabber, Inc., a provider of messaging solutions, has announced the general availability of Jabber MomentIM 5.2.1.

Posted Oct 12, 2007

Stockholm-based web content management company, EPiServer, has launched an enhanced version of its EPiServer CMS product family.

Posted Oct 12, 2007

IBM announced it will offer integration between its unified communications and collaboration platform, Lotus Sametime, and its free office software suite, IBM Lotus Symphony.

Posted Oct 12, 2007

Open Text Corporation, an independent provider of enterprise content management (ECM) software and solutions, has announced new offerings designed to help organizations better manage content.

Posted Oct 09, 2007

TOWER Software, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, announced the release of TRIM Context 6 Release 2 (6R2), an upgrade of its TRIM Context 6 solution.

Posted Oct 09, 2007

Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, announced it has expanded its SAP integration capabilities to include support for SAP NetWeaver Portal 6.0.

Posted Oct 09, 2007

Vivisimo, a provider of enterprise search software, has introduced the Vivisimo Velocity 6.0 enterprise search platform.

Posted Oct 09, 2007

Asbru Software, a cross-browser/cross-platform web content management system software developer, has released a new version of the Asbru web content management system.

Posted Oct 05, 2007

Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, has expanded its technology relationship with IBM by joining the IBM ECM ValueNet Partner Program.

Posted Oct 05, 2007

Ixiasoft, an XML content management company, announced the availability of the DITA CMS Framework 1.4.

Posted Oct 05, 2007

Author-it Software Corporation, a provider of software for authoring, content management, publishing, and localization, introduced Author-it 5.0, a content management system that includes interactive authoring memory.

Posted Oct 05, 2007

Swets has acquired exclusive rights to ScholarlyStats from MPS Technologies (MPST).

Posted Oct 05, 2007

Nstein Technologies Inc., a content management solutions company for the publishing, media, and entertainment industries, confirmed the closing of a previously announced private placement.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Radiance Technologies, a provider of digital asset delivery systems, announced a partnership with LightBox Network, a provider of web-based media collaboration and workflow tool systems.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Oce Business Services, Inc., a provider of document process management services and technology to law firms, corporations, and the public sector, announced that it has incorporated an integrated native file electronic document review capability into its electronic discovery platform.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Kentico software has just released a new version 2.3 of Kentico CMS, a web content management system designed for ASP.NET developers.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

I have been writing for some months about the many benefits of component content management and structured publishing. They include content reuse, multi-format, and multi-channel output from single sources, and ease of translation and localization when the components are translated and approved independently.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Less is not a bad thing. In fact, for those creating the reusable multilingual user-oriented content of today's websites and structuring the writing of today's corporate documents, the cry should be "Less is less."

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Insights into the difficult process of ECM purchase and implementation from industry experts.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

As companies seek to create stickier, more interactive online experiences, they look to Web 2.0 approaches, creating new CM challenges.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Customer relationship management and content management have traveled parallel paths inside the enterprise. Though the two systems have a great deal in common, they rarely interacted, until now.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Companies are only as good as the content they deliver, so it pays to go past thinking globally and start structuring content that can play as well in Pakistan and Paris as it does in Peoria.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

Managing content and measuring results have been two distinct domains. Increasingly, the two are converging, as site publishers and marketers seek to take action based on measurable results.

Posted Oct 02, 2007

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