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  Product News published in DM Direct Special Report
May 9, 2006 Issue
  By DM Review Editorial Staff

Activant announced the general availability of B2B Seller Version 5.0, a fully integrated, Web-based storefront solution for distributors, which includes new features based on customer requests such as enhanced search capabilities, a redesigned customer purchase reporting and analysis module and support for alternate units of measure.

CA announced a new version of its AllFusion Modeling Suite r7 that features a patented generalized data modeling engine embedded in its acclaimed AllFusion ERwin Data Modeler. By simplifying the design, implementation and analysis of complex database applications, AllFusion Modeling Suite r7 empowers IT organizations to accelerate application delivery , increase staff productivity and control the cost of database ownership. It also facilitates regulatory compliance and rapid problem identification by delivering a comprehensive audit trail of database and data warehouse changes.

Caspio, a leading provider of software-as-a-service products that empower users to quickly create and deploy sophisticated database-driven Web applications without programming, announced Caspio Bridge Corporate which is tailored for organizations that require advanced service levels such as 24x7 support and strong service level agreements to meet stringent requirements of their business-critical Web applications. An all-in-one platform, Caspio Bridge brings together a highly scalable online database, wizard-based tools that enable users to create custom applications without programming, and an on-demand hosted service that frees customers from costly investments in hardware and software. The service gives managers the ability to quickly bring their ideas to market and provides IT departments with a central and secure solution to reduce their IT project backlog.

Cast Iron Systems, a fast-growing vendor of application integration appliances, announced the general availability of a next-generation integration appliance: the Cast Iron iA3000 series is an integration solution capable of delivering integration projects in just days and for 20 percent of the cost of software-based products. New capabilities include: up to five times faster performance; support for complex data validation scenarios; sophisticated XML, Web services and HTTP connectors; support for data in any language (Unicode compliant); and lights-out remote management and diagnostics

LogiXML announces the new LGX TURBO Engine, a specialized server that works with the popular LGX Info Server to deliver efficient and effective data availability for reporting and business intelligence analysis. LGX Info TURBO supports data caching as a means to increase efficiency and provides LogiXML reporting server with a built-in data warehousing solution that features a report-oriented approach versus a database-oriented approach.

Princeton Softech, a leader in enterprise data management, announced Optim Oracle E-Business Suite Solution, Version 4.0. With enhanced data management and archiving capabilities, this next-generation technology designed specifically for Oracle modules, will reduce risks and control costs by supporting compliance readiness and enabling tiered-storage alternatives and can archive business entities within the Financials and Contracts modules. This capability allows users to create standalone "reference snapshots" of historical records by providing complete contextual business information.

SchemaLogic, a leader in business semantics management solutions, introduced Aurora, a semantics standards workspace. The collaboration tool was launched to support the recent trend by organizations and industries to facilitate collaboration among many knowledge workers to leverage social networking and online collaboration tools such as wiki's and folksonomies with application to business semantics. Organizations will be able to run Aurora as a virtual private network or create workspaces for private or semi-private groups for enhanced collaboration.

Stampede Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise acceleration solutions, announced the release of the Stampede Web 2.0 Performance Series, a family of acceleration solutions specifically designed for the new wave of enterprise applications that are implemented using service-oriented architectures (SOA). New functionality includes Extensible Markup Language (XML) acceleration, Web Application Firewalling, XML Threat Management and transparent client support for applications developed using the Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) Web Application Model. 

StatSoft, Inc. announces the general release of a new STATISTICA product, Variance Estimation and Precision (VEPAC), for the analysis of variance used widely for research and manufacturing applications. VEPAC was developed in close collaboration with representative users, including scientists, engineers and statisticians from one of the largest global pharmaceutical research and manufacturing companies in the world to provides a comprehensive set of techniques for analyzing data from experiments that include both fixed and random effects.

Symphoniq Corporation released TrueView .NET Diagnostics, a new addition to the TrueView End-to-End Web Performance Management Suite. This new product makes it faster and easier to manage applications built on the Microsoft .NET platform. It monitors every user transaction and automatically records which infrastructure element was responsible for any performance problems. This end-to-end perspective lets a single IT administrator diagnose problems in minutes, rather than forcing a cross-disciplinary triage team to spend days troubleshooting all the different components.


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