Bizy, Inc. to Present at Plug and Play Tech Center Expo

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Sheryl Hamlin, President, reports that Bizy, Inc. (http://www.bizyinc.com) has been chosen by a selection committee consisting of representatives from top Venture Capital firms, corporate executives and the Media to present at the Plug and Play Tech Center Expo on September 20th, 2007 in Sunnyvale, California.

Sheryl Hamlin, President, reports that Bizy, Inc. (http://www.bizyinc.com) has been chosen by a selection committee consisting of representatives from top Venture Capital firms, corporate executives and the Media to present at the Plug and Play Tech Center Expo on September 20th, 2007 in Sunnyvale, California.

Thirty (30) companies will each give two minute elevator pitches. From these presentations, six companies will be chosen to elaborate on their business. During the day, all companies will be presenting their product and/or services to attendees in a one-to-one environment.

Sponsored by Sun Microsystems, Forum Nokia, Foundation Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and Greenberg Traurig, the Expo will attract executives, venture capital, angel investors, media and Silicon Valley icons. Wired, Red Herring and Venture Beat are providing media coverage.

Bizy, Inc's seminal product Bizyweb (http://www.bizyweb.com) transforms an ordinary website into a dynamically, editable publishing platform creating a new genre of web application called Place Management™. Webmasters will appreciate its rich Internet interface allowing them to maintain and manage a website from a browser connected to the Internet.

Using the latest technologies including dynamically defined XML data structures, the patent-pending approach of the product Bizyweb™ is not to be confused with simple HTML editing. Using a familiar desktop skill, the user can point to an image to designate an editable 'place' on a page. Subsequently, the non-technical user can peruse available web folders and select a new image for this 'place' even resizing or adding other properties upon insertion. The user may also highlight a text or a group of page objects and create a multi-purpose 'place' on a page to insert an entire article. There is a whitepaper on the site called 'Creating a Page with Bizyweb' which demonstrates the steps in creation of a new article.

A special widget inserter will add Internet tools like the Google™ calendar to the page with a simple click. Widgets may be preconfigured and placed in a drop-down list for one-click insertion. A whitepaper is available for download about the use of the widget insertion tool.

Using the 'place' approach, only the designated places on the page are editable, thus preserving the look and feel of the page.

Place definition and content changes happen asynchronously, so that organizations can assign some users to create 'places' and others to add content to the 'places' in the multi-user version of the product. A whitepaper of organizational use cases is available for download on the site http://www.bizyweb.com.

For information and registration to the conference, please visit http://www.PlugandPlayTechCenter.com.

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