XyEnterprise Unveils New Version of Its Award-Winning Content Management Software

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Contenta 4.0 adds support for SQL Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

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XyEnterprise, a leading developer of award-winning XML content management and multi-channel delivery solutions, today unveiled version 4.0 of Contenta, its popular content management software. Contenta 4.0 provides support for Microsoft SQL Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, as well as Windows Vista Service Pack 1, platforms integral to many enterprise IT environments. The addition of these new platforms, along with Contenta's existing support for Oracle databases, Sun Solaris and Microsoft Windows, ensure that Contenta fulfills the requirements of nearly all corporate settings. Contenta 4.0 also includes support upgrades to Oracle 10.2, several web-based technologies and Autonomy's IDOL K2 Enterprise Search software.

XyEnterprise has successfully supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux in the company's widely used publishing software, XML Professional Publisher (XPP), and the addition of that support in Contenta 4.0 was a natural extension for the company.

In addition to these significant enhancements to Contenta, XyEnterprise now offers support for organizations that use virtual software to manage their Contenta environments, a technology XyEnterprise employs in its own testing, engineering and customer support departments.

"As the leader in providing high-end publishing and content management solutions, we pride ourselves on anticipating our customers' needs by closely monitoring the driving forces and market trends in our industry," said Deb Boczulak, Contenta Product Manager, XyEnterprise. "The platform enhancements in this new version of Contenta were developed because we continue to see a dramatic increase in the number of companies standardizing on platforms like SQL Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, as well as an overall greater interest in virtualization and Windows-based platforms," said Boczulak.

Contenta 4.0 also includes a host of interface enhancements that improve user efficiency. Enhancements to the checkout/checkin options for graphics and other binary file types will help users update and manage those object types more efficiently. Users will be able to work with multiple graphics at once, simplifying previously tedious tasks. In addition, Contenta 4.0 gives greater visibility into the object status by quickly indicating states like read-only, locked and available.

In Contenta 4.0, XyEnterprise also added a graphical and editable workflow to Contenta Web, a web-based user interface. This feature-rich client is an alternative to the desktop client and is unique to Contenta. The ability to create and manage workflows, not typically found in other web-based products, is a critical feature that rounds out the Contenta Web offering.

About XyEnterprise:
XyEnterprise helps simplify and expedite the automated creation and delivery of content across the enterprise. Named one of KMWorld's "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" for the third consecutive year, we offer configurable and scalable XML content management and publishing solutions that maximize content reusability and repurposing. Our unmatched XML expertise, the result of hundreds of successful deployments, is built upon a 20-year heritage of partnership with our customers. XyEnterprise's content management and delivery solutions have been implemented by companies in publishing, financial services, government, manufacturing, high tech and aerospace/defense. The company's headquarters is in Wakefield, Massachusetts, with locations throughout North America, Europe, Pacific Rim and Latin America.

For additional information, please contact XyEnterprise at 781.756.4400 or visit http://www.xyenterprise.com/products.

Copyright © 2008 XyEnterprise Inc. All rights reserved. XyEnterprise, Contenta and ProServ are trademarks or registered trademarks of XyEnterprise. All other product and/or company names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective holders.

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