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ShowCase Corporation Unveils ?Enterprise Intelligence? Initiative

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January 21, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Rochester, Minn., Jan. 18, 2000-- ShowCase Corporation , a leading provider of e-business intelligence solutions for business users and AS/400 IT professionals, announced its Enterprise Intelligence Initiative ? a comprehensive Web-based solution that extends the ShowCase data warehousing and business intelligence product line to the growing enterprise information portal (EIP) market. The cornerstone of the ShowCase Enterprise Intelligence Initiative is its EIP solution, the result of an exclusive licensing agreement with IntraNet Solutions, Inc. By integrating STRATEGY (ShowCase's integrated data warehousing and business intelligence suite) with IntraNet Solutions' Xpedio Content Management System, ShowCase delivers the benefits of the EIP to the AS/400 market.

Showcase STRATEGY's enterprise reporting feature generates PDF and HTML versions of queries and reports, which can now be published to the EIP and managed by Xpedio. As part of its push to support a more heterogeneous enterprise intelligence environment, STRATEGY will support Oracle and MS SQL Server as data sources in addition to DB2 in its "Stingray" release, scheduled for Fall 2000.

The ShowCase Enterprise Intelligence Initiative is designed for the 200,000 organizations that run mission-critical applications and store their data on the AS/400. EIP will enable these companies to seamlessly capture, manage and deliver virtually any type of information content through a personalized Web- based gateway.

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