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Wolters Kluwer Health, a provider of information for professionals and students in medicine, nursing, allied health, pharmacy, and the pharmaceutical industry, has announced the introduction of PubFusion, a new, online content management solution designed to enable professional publishers to streamline the publishing process.

Posted Dec 02, 2005

Extensis, a division of Celartem, Inc., has announced the availability of Portfolio 8, a new digital asset management (DAM) solution.

Posted Dec 02, 2005

ScholarOne, Inc., a provider of Web-based workflow and management solutions for scholarly publishers, and Atypon, an epublishing technology provider to the information industry, have announced that they are collaborating to provide their mutual customers “Web First” and rapid publication capabilities.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

FIZ Karlsruhe has launched a new version of its automatic broker service for document delivery, FIZ AutoDoc.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

Information Mapping, Inc. (IMI), a provider of Information Life Cycle Solutions has announced it has released Content Mapper, a Microsoft Word-based authoring tool that generates XML and integrates with a variety of content management systems (CMS).

Posted Nov 29, 2005

ACOM Solutions, Inc. has announced it will begin marketing a Web -based enterprise content management (ECM) solution through its Long Beach-based eBusiness Division and its Duluth, Georgia-headquartered iSeries division in early first quarter, 2006.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

Translations.com and Percussion Software have announced a partnership under which the companies have integrated their product offerings designed to enhance the creation and management of global Web content.

Posted Nov 29, 2005

Scientigo Inc., a developing technology provider in enterprise content management, and Find SVP, a single-source provider of custom business research, have announced a transaction designed to enhance "Find.com."

Posted Nov 29, 2005

ClearStory Systems, a provider of digital asset management (DAM) solutions, has announced the release of ActiveMedia 7.0, an enterprise-class software application for managing the digital media communications supply chain from creation to delivery.

Posted Nov 22, 2005

eMotion, a provider of hosted solutions for managing and distributing digital media assets and marketing content, has announced the immediate availability of eMotion 6.0, the latest generation of the company’s suite of on-demand solutions designed to enhance an organization’s ability to maximize its rich media assets.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Avenue A | Razorfish, an interactive marketing and technology services firm, and an operating unit of aQuantive, Inc., has announced Avenue A | Razorfish Enterprise Solutions, a practice dedicated completely to the design and development of user-centric enterprise intranet, extranets, and partner portal solutions.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

QUALCOMM Incorporated, a provider of digital wireless communications and advanced electronic messaging solutions for the Internet, has announced the commercial release of Eudora 7 software, a new version of the email program for Windows that includes an indexed search which provides search result speeds of up to 20 times faster than previous versions.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, has announced the availability of Communiqué 4, a native JCR (JSR 170) standard-compliant Enterprise Content Management solution.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

SiberLogic, a provider of XML content technology, has announced the DITA Edition of its content management system, SiberSafe--a DITA solution that combines semantic knowledge modeling with a CMS.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

IBM has announced new software developed to help companies free data throughout their organization and turn it into consistent and trusted information.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Hummingbird Ltd., a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) and network connectivity solutions, has announced it is partnering with Perfectus Solutions--a specialist supplier of automated document composition and process management software.

Posted Nov 18, 2005

Siderean Software, provider of Seamark Navigator, an enterprise content navigation solution, has announced a product and services solution for extracting and aligning metadata from large amounts of unstructured and structured data based on the IBM Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA).

Posted Nov 18, 2005

It's really a jungle out there in the Content Management System space. For the past couple of years, I have attended the Gilbane Conference in Boston and reported on the number of CMSs listed in various online directories, like the Google directory, Business.com, the Yahoo! portal, etc. There are well over a thousand systems listed, perhaps even two thousand. I myself edited several hundred entries in the DMOZ Open Directory Project (which has more than 1,000 in its various subcategories) and in my CMS Review (with a few hundred).

Posted Nov 16, 2005

Translations.com and FatWire Software have announced the debut of a combined product offering designed to eliminate barriers to cooperation between global resources: FatWire Software’s content management application, Content Server, and Translations.com’s Globalization Management System, GlobalLink.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

Microsoft Corp. and Open Text Corporation have announced a new relationship to optimize Open Text’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions for the Microsoft platform.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

Inxight Software, a provider of enterprise software solutions for information discovery and Kapow Technologies, a provider of Web Integration, have entered into an agreement to integrate and jointly market and sell the Kapow Web Integration platform with Inxight SmartDiscovery Analysis Server.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

CrownPeak, a software service provider of content management, has announced 360 Site Management, which allows marketers to integrate solutions with Web Content Management.

Posted Nov 15, 2005

One of the mantras in the CM profession that is right up there with “Separate the content from the presentation” is the hard rule, “It’s never the technology, it’s the people and processes.” Most of the rest of us think of a CMS as software that helps people implement their processes, especially processes that involve digital content. But there is good reason to think of the software itself as involving three groups of very important people and processes.

Posted Nov 14, 2005

U.S. Federal Government spending on knowledge management solutions is expected to increase 35% over the next five years to reach $1.3 billion by fiscal year 2010 (FY10), according to a report released by INPUT, an authority on government business.

Posted Nov 11, 2005

Novintel, an international provider of Competitive Intelligence services and products with offices in Helsinki, Finland and Toronto, Canada, has announced the release of the Viva Intelligence Plaza, a Competitive and Market Intelligence software solution.

Posted Nov 11, 2005

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