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  Product News published in DM Direct Special Report
April 25, 2006 Issue
  By DM Review Editorial Staff

Borland Software Corporation, a software delivery optimization (SDO) company, announced Requirements Definition and Management solution packages to customize process improvement and training services with innovative new products to facilitate the elicitation, analysis, specification, validation and management of requirements. As part of this new solution, Borland also introduced Caliber DefineIT, a new requirements definition product that lets analysts visually specify functional requirements, execute graphical storyboards, model use cases and scenarios, and automatically generate the necessary test cases for validating quality within the software lifecycle.

CiRBA Inc., a data center intelligence company, released version 3.0 of its data center intelligence (DCI) solution. CiRBA 3.0 adds new capabilities as well as usability, administration and architectural enhancements that greatly improve an IT organization's ability to manage heterogeneous data centers. With CiRBA 3.0, enterprises can better understand their technology inventory, how it is configured at a deep level, automate both internal and external compliance reporting, verify and validate planned changes and more effectively allocate IT resources such as hardware and software.

Claraview, Inc., a business intelligence strategy and technology company, released the Claraview Retail Data Warehouse (RDW), a packaged solution that enables large and mid-size retailers to deploy best-practice analytics covering the full scope of retail operations. Claraview RDW combines out-the-box retail performance metrics with a comprehensive retail-specific enterprise data model to deliver pre-packaged analytics. Claraview RDW leverages pre-built application metadata and reporting templates, and can be implemented using the retailer's preferred data warehouse and business intelligence platforms.

Compuware Corporation introduced the new version of its QACenter Enterprise Edition functional testing solution, Compuware TestPartner 5.4. This new release offers a tight functional testing integration with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System and support for the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. By enabling development and testing teams to access the same testing assets to resolve errors more quickly, Compuware TestPartner improves communication and collaboration, allowing IT organizations to deliver high-quality applications more cost effectively.

DB Software Laboratory released Active Business Intelligence Portal v3.1.6, an integrated solution for designing and deploying reports and Web forms over the Internet and intranet. The program optimizes information life cycle by excluding extraction, transformation and load processing from it. It provides minute-by-minute insight into business activities and ensures data consistency throughout the enterprise. Active BI Portal enables all information users to log in to a data repository through customizable interface of a Web portal.

Fair Isaac Corporation, a provider of analytics and decision management technology, announced the immediate availability of SmartForms for Blaze Advisor 6.1. SmartForms, a product extension to the newest version of Fair Isaac's rules management system, is designed to help users create customized, interactive Web-based forms that deliver more accurate data and speed decision-making processes in customer-facing applications.

KANA Software, Inc., a multichannel customer service company , announced significant enhancements to KANA IQ, the company's solution for enterprise knowledge management and customer service optimization. KANA IQ 9.1 features new workflow capabilities for managing the process of translating and maintaining knowledgebase content in multiple languages. The software also offers new knowledgebase revision management capabilities. This enhanced version makes it easier to produce and manage content through efficient workflow processes, providing greater visibility and control over language translation.

Mimosa Systems, an information management solutions company, introduced NearPoint for Microsoft Exchange Server, which adds migration capabilities for to manage the transition from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange 2000 Server or Exchange Server 2003. This new functionality helps solve critical issues users of Exchange Server 5.5 have around the length of time required and the potential of data loss when moving from one Exchange platform to the next.

Netuitive, Inc., a provider of real-time analysis software for business service management (BSM), announced the Netuitive Integration Studio for Netuitive Service Analyzer, an open platform for real-time analysis. The Netuitive Integration Studio provides companies with a solution to create a robust BSM solution. The Netuitive Integration Studio gives companies the ability to correlate business and systems data within their environment, regardless of the source.

Pegasystems Inc., a provider of unified process and rules technology, announced a major upgrade of its SmartBPM Suite designed to optimize the management of constantly changing business processes. The enhanced capabilities include AJAX "hover and see" automation for end users; "develop once, deploy everywhere" language localization capabilities; and fast, flexible ease-of-use for developers. The SmartBPM upgrade also features enhanced ergonomics for developers including easier-to-find tools, the ability to iteratively test application components during development and flash-based movies providing step-by-step tutorials.

Stellent, Inc., a provider of content management solutions, released the Stellent Sarbanes-Oxley Solution version 7.6, designed to help companies streamline their 404 and 302 processes for complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The new features in version 7.6 are market- and customer-driven enhancements designed to increase efficiency, speed implementations and improve ease-of-use in organizations striving to meet the complexities of global compliance legislation.


For more information on related topics visit the following related portals...
Analytics, Business Process Management (BPM), Compliance, Enterprise Achitecture and Knowledge Management.

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