AXS-One launches offering for services industry
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Rutherford, N.J.-based AXS-One Inc. has released its AXS-One Web Services program geared toward the services industry. Billed as flexible, Internet-based connections between systems and applications, AXS-One's Web Services offering includes a set of pre-built financial services to assist in billing, collections, procurement and payments and also helps control business processes.
AXS-One's Web Services program allows applications to share services and exchange information regardless of operating system, platform, device or interface. The product additionally provides a ticket-based security envelope, modeled on the Kerberos authentication protocol, to control user and application access to services and information.
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Celarix announces Celarix Visibility 4.0
Supply chain vendor Celarix, Inc. of Cambridge, Mass. has announced the immediate availability of Celarix Visibility 4.0, which leverages Web services to simplify supply chain integration and disseminate supply chain-related information.
Visibility 4.0 targets the needs of large, global supply chains via rapid deployment of role-appropriate visibility information across the enterprise and with business partners. Web services templates are available and may be customized for customer service representatives and customer self-service applications.
Visibility 4.0 also includes a Configurable Alerting Engine that focuses exception-based management by configuring alerts and responding to the most important events. Users can define alert triggers based on a complex set of business rules that can better filter events and target delivery and content for specific recipients.
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XMLCities upgrades XML conversion suite
XML conversion tools company XMLCities Inc., based in Milpitas, Calif., has introduced improvements to its XMLCapture Suite, which converts documents into XML format without manual intervention.
Designed for service bureaus, corporate information technology and content management departments, improvements to XMLCapture Suite?s Pattern Module allow it to automate over 95% of the XML markup process over a wide variety of content types, including cell-by-cell markup of complex tables. As part of the announcement, XML Cities has also introduced customized offerings that may include workflow design, consultation and pattern recognition setup for the development of high-volume XML document conversion services in process.
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eiStream connects BPM and Web services
Dallas, Texas-based eiStream, a maker of business process management software, has announced its new ViewStar Web Services Suite. The product, which is available immediately, provides a flexible architecture for delivering automated business processes across the Web.
ViewStar Web Services is a suite of process automation capabilities based on industry standards including SOAP and XML. It can be used to link various departments, customers and partners across the Internet, corporate extranets and corporate intranets.
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Transvirtual debuts Web services engine for WindowsXP
Embedded software maker Transvirtual Technologies, Inc. out of San Francisco, Calif. has released XOE, the enterprise Web services engine with Windows XP, Linux and extended Java support.
XOE (pronounced ZOH-ee), is an application framework execution environment built on XML and Java technologies. It helps a developer build and distribute scalable XML Web services and applications with the language of his or her choice. XOE's package management and version control tools provision the remote update of software, and its offline integration feature provides application operation without a direct connection to the application server.
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