By Mark Dexter
17th June 2011

Endeca Technologies updated its customer experience management platform, Endeca InFront. New to Endeca InFront are added and updated tools for multichannel engagement and content targeting, enhanced insight into customer data, and increased speed and transparency with its content acquisition system.

Flux announced the availability of its integration offering for Cognos Business Intelligence. Flux includes advanced enterprise job scheduling features, customized workflows, integration of Cognos data with all other workflows, and no scripting or integration requirements.

IBM launched three high performance cloud (HPC) offerings, including: HPC Management Suite for Cloud, a resource manager with tools to enable administrators to manage the cloud, schedule jobs and handle tasks like metering energy usage, as well as end user views and access to HPC resources; Intelligent Clusters, an integrated, HPC cluster offering that includes servers, storage and switches; and HPC cloud implementation services.

Jahia unveiled the new commercial release of its open source content management platform. Jahia 6.5 includes Jahia Studio, for fine-grained template customization; JahiaApps Forge, a community-based marketplace of templates; a choice of scripting languages; and HTML5 delivery of multimedia and graphics content.

OpenClinica LLC released OpenClinica 3.1, the updated version of the electronic data capture software. The new version of the open source software includes enhancements to data capture and cleaning capabilities, and to customization of data extract formats. The new release also has an expanded Web services interface.

ParAccel Inc. released the latest version of its analytics platform. ParAccel Analytic Database 3.1 features enhancements to analytics integration capabilities, disaster recovery capabilities and Omne Optimizer, Storage and Networking Subsystems, along with faster execution of analytics queries.

SAP put out revamped editions of two of its BusinessObjects BI offerings. Crystal Server 2011 includes new drill-down operational reporting, self-serve data search and exploration and integration features; Edge Business Intelligence 4.0 software features connections for mobile BI, text data analysis for social networking analysis and 64-bit architecture and event insight for monitoring scenarios and compare and contrast with historical trends.

Singletree Technologies released the latest version of Intellimas, its content content management software. New to the updated version of Intellimas are enhancements to integration with ERP or product lifecycle management systems, as well as cost and tracking processes.

3PL Central announced a new edition of its warehouse management system, 3PL Warehouse Manager. New or updated features to 3PL Warehouse Manager include full palletization functionality and SaaS support.

Source: Justin Kern, Information Management Online, June 16, 2011

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