TeamStudio wins award
Ives Development Inc., Beverly, Mass., has received the Lotus Advisor's 2001 Editor's Choice Gold Award in the development tool category for its TeamStudio Design System. The TeamStudio Design System is a modular suite of software engineering tools for Lotus Notes and Domino. It includes five tools: TeamStudio Analyzer for design analysis, TeamStudio CIAO! for check in/check out and version control, TeamStudio Configurator for global search and replace, TeamStudio Delta for differential analysis and TeamStudio Librarian for code reuse. This is the fourth year that Ives has been honored with an Editor's Choice Award and the first year that the company has earned gold for the entire suite of tools. Ives Development develops and markets the TeamStudio Design System, an integrated suite of software engineering tools and training for Lotus Notes and Domino.
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Correlate wins gold
Correlate Technologies Inc., a developer of enterprise knowledge management solutions in San Francisco, Calif., has been awarded the Lotus Advisor 2001 Editors' Choice Gold Award in knowledge management for its 3.0 for Domino.Doc. Correlate 3.0 for Domino.Doc enhances Lotus' Domino.Doc environments by allowing users to relate multiple source documents together to build flexible Web-based business solutions such as marketing plans, information technology projects, policies and procedures and more. The Lotus Advisor Editors' Choice Awards are determined by judges that consist of a group of contributing editors and writers at Advisor Media.www.correlate.com
Self Test available for Lotus
Global Knowledge Inc., an information technology education company in Cary, N.C. , is enhancing its certification offerings by incorporating Self Test Software in its instruction programs, starting with Microsoft, Cisco, and Oracle Bootcamps and Lotus and CompTIA courses. Self Test Software offers a range of vendor-authorized practice tests that closely simulate the actual certification exams, the company said. Self Test Software creates ``pre-exams'' that enable learners to become comfortable with certification testing content, question style and objectives in advance of taking actual exams.www.selftestsoftware.com
Alis Technologies teams up with IBM
Alis Technologies Inc., a language management solutions company in Quebec, Montreal, will deliver the IBM WebSphere Translation Server. Alis has also becomes a certified software partner of the IBM PartnerWorld program. IBM WebSphere Translation Server offers real-time automated translation software for 12 different language pairs and a module that enables organizations to build specialized dictionaries. Alis, a reseller of IBM's language pairs , is the first IBM partner for the WebSphere Translation Server, the company said. Alis will provide pre-sale and post-sale services aimed at helping clients determine their language management needs with the IBM WebSphere Translation Server.www.alis.com
WebGain TopLink 3.5 gains new features for IBM WebSphere
WebGain Inc., an electronic business automation software, company in Santa Clara, Calif., has added functionality for IBM WebSphere to its version 3.5 WebGain Toplink data integration product. The newest version of TopLink is designed to increase developer productivity by providing run-time data integration for Web applications during the development process, the company said. WebGain TopLink, now available in separate versions optimized for WebSphere and BEA's WebLogic servers, provides a container-managed persistence layer between application code and database servers. New features in the TopLink 3.5 release include generation of EJB EntityBeans, allowing rapid development and prototyping from existing database schemas, plus third party tool integration support through XML and enhanced in-memory querying, the company said.www.WebGain.com To include your announcement in Quick Takes, e-mail Beth Quimby, news editor