Day Software Delivers Standards-Based Connectors through OEM Agreement with Oracle®
Company provides standardized connectivity to simplify Oracle® WebCenter integration with leading content repositories
Basel, Switzerland – Day Software (SWX: DAYN, OTCQX:DYIHY) today announced that Oracle now offers Day’s JCR/JSR 170-compliant connectors to facilitate integration between Oracle® WebCenter and leading third-party content repositories, such as EMC Documentum and Microsoft SharePoint. The new connectors are the result of a technology license agreement announced in the fourth quarter of 2006.
Oracle WebCenter helps bring Web 2.0 to the enterprise through an integrated, comprehensive, and standards-compliant user experience platform. It allows Java developers to break down the boundaries between Web-based portals and enterprise applications, enabling them to rapidly create flexible, context-sensitive work environments that are based on rich, Ajax-based components, portlets and content in an open architecture. Oracle WebCenter provides access to a wide range of enterprise services, including business applications, enterprise content, business intelligence, enterprise search, communication and collaboration services, and Web 2.0-centric applications. To learn more about the JCR/JSR connectors and Oracle WebCenter, please visit www.oracle.com/technology/products/webcenter.
“Information workers need an easy-to-use, task-oriented, rich-client user interface through which they can shape all their enterprise information to make better business decisions. Oracle WebCenter includes a full set of pre-integrated Web 2.0 services along with a standards-based JSF framework to help increase developer productivity,” said Vince Casarez, vice president, product management, Oracle. “Day’s JCR/JSR-170 connectors expand our existing support for JSR-170 and enable our customers to unlock the strategic value of their content that was previously locked within information silos across their organizations.”
Day’s standardized connectors are part of their family of products that enable enterprises to access and manage all organizational content through a standardized API. This technology enables content access, synchronization and consolidation, even if the content resides in repositories that do not provide a JCR-compliant API.
“Day Software is proud to work with Oracle to deliver standards-based interoperability,” said David Nuescheler, CTO of Day Software. “This cooperation is an excellent opportunity for us to make our content-centric technologies available to a larger, global audience, and illustrates support among enterprises as they move to adopt the Content Repository for Java Technology API standard (JCR / JSR170) by the industry”
Day initiated JSR 170, the standard for enterprise content, and directs a global industry expert group, including leading technology vendors Oracle, IBM, FileNet, SAP and Sun, which jointly developed the standard.
Day is a leading provider of integrated content, portal and digital asset management software. Day’s technology Communiqué offers a comprehensive, rapidly deployable framework to unify and manage all digital business data, systems, applications and processes through the web.
Day is an international company, founded in 1993, and listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange (SWX:DAYN) since April 2000. Day shares are also traded Over the Counter (OTC) in the form of American Depositary Receipts (OTCQX:DYIHY). Day’s customers are some of the largest global corporations and include Audi, Daimler, Deutsche Post World Net, Deutsche Bank, InterContinental Hotels Group, McDonald’s and Volkswagen.
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