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Sussex releases latest XML demonstration tool for Notes developers
Sussex Systems, Inc. in Gaithersburg, Md., has released the latest version of Advanced Examples, a Web software development and training tool for Notes and Domino. The new release includes a collection of documented examples demonstrating the use of XML processing with Notes and Domino, as well as the other programming options available to Notes developers. Advanced Examples includes a demonstration of importing, processing, displaying, transforming and exporting XML using Lotus Domino to create Domino applications that can share data with other XML-compatible software.
Automation Centre ships HR data management system running on Domino
Automation Centre, a Tucson, Ariz.-based provider of advanced team collaboration software, has begun shipping TrackerSuite for HR, the company's central data management system for human resources personnel. TrackerSuite for HR is comprised of five Web-enabled applications that run on Lotus Notes/Domino and are designed to reduce routine human resource management chores while improving employee relations.
TrackerSuite for HR includes trackers for personnel, applicants, skills and evaluations. It also includes a tracker data warehouse. TrackerSuite for HR is priced on a per-server basis, and custom application services can be implemented upon request.
Interflora inks ASP deal for hosted Notes
Purchase, N.Y.-based ASP Interliant Inc. has landed a 25-month contract with flower and gift delivery service Interflora (FTD) British Unit Ltd. to implement a managed Lotus Notes offering. The service will provide software access to more than 2,000 UK florist shops that will use the application to send and view orders to and from Interflora.
Interflora made the decision to upgrade to Lotus Notes R5 after availability and flexibility issues cropped up. Since Interflora's original service provider did not have plans to upgrade to R5 from 4.6, the company sought a new service provider and selected Interliant because of its European focus.
University of Dayton selects Sybari to protect Notes
University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio, has selected Sybari Software's Antigen for antivirus and security protection for its Lotus Notes/Domino servers, which support 10,000 students and 2,000 faculty and staff. Antigen enables users to run multiple-scan engines. Antigen File Filter (AFF) lets administrators filter e-mail attachments by file name, type or wild card.
Other Sybari customers include IBM, Amazon.com, Compaq and Merrill Lynch.
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