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Arbortext to Provide XML-Based Content Management Software Based on Oracle iFS

Arbortext Inc., a provider of XML-based content software, announced the availability of Epic Editor and Epic Editor LE, now with support for Oracle Corp.'s Internet File System (iFS). The combination will allow companies to deliver more personalized, dynamic, and easily searchable content for online publishing, e-commerce, and business-to-business e-marketplace.

Oracle (www.oracle.com) iFS is a file system built for the Internet and utilizes the information management capabilities of Oracle8i. The combination of Arbortext's (www.arbortext.com) XML technology and Oracle iFS gives users access to a complete XML content management solution.

"Arbortext has a long history of servicing market leaders in a variety of industries who need to exploit everything that XML can offer for e-publishing and e-business requirements," said Jim Sterken, president and CEO of Arbortext. "Therefore, we see the combination of our XML technology with Oracle's new Internet File System offering as a great opportunity to extend our expertise across the enterprise." - Isaac Slepner

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