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Watchfire WebXM 4.0; KartOO VISU 2.0; Optio QuickRecord Suite; FusionWare Integration Server; BMC Atrium Configuration Management Database; PLTS for ArcGIS 9-Foundation

Watchfire WebXM 4.0
Managing risk for your Web assets means monitoring compliance, security, privacy, quality, accessibility and corporate standards. Doing this across a vast, constantly morphing enterprise Web site is a daunting task. WebXM automates much of the monitoring and produces interactive Web-based reports to make this chore more manageable. The security module is new and protects against phishing attacks, customer identity theft, service interruptions and Web-site defacement. Also new is the Issue Management Engine, which helps you classify, prioritize and manage action items for more efficient resolution. Starts at $35,000 for an on-premises license or $3,500 per month for the hosted service. Watchfire,

KartOO VISU 2.0
Combating information overload through information visualization, KartOO VISU groups query results according to visual cues such as color, size, shape and position on a 2D map to make important information easier to spot. The user is further assisted by a guided analysis feature. Starts at $4,500. KartOO,

Optio QuickRecord Suite
Providing a foundation for an electronic health record system, the new QuickRecord Suite is a document repository that can create a "Composite Patient View" for clinicians from legacy hospital information systems. An e-signature module lets doctors sign documents via a secure Web browser connection. Pricing undisclosed. Optio Software,

FusionWare Integration Server
This HIPAA-compliant transformation engine allows integration of health information systems without the need to hard code data transformations and do other typically manual processes. Converts unstructured and semistructured data such as Microsoft Word and Excel documents or proprietary EDI data into HL7-compliant XML. A complete system starts at less than $30,000. FusionWare,

BMC Atrium Configuration Management Database
Inspired by the IT Information Library (ITIL), a set of IT management best practices, BMC has created one of the few commercial configuration management databases (CMDBs). Per ITIL guidelines, Atrium manages information about configuration and relationships in the IT environment so that ITIL processes can use that information. Includes administration tools. Starts at $20,000. BMC Software,

PLTS for ArcGIS 9-Foundation
Foundation lets you define your own geodatabase model, map series and symbology definitions, using the components of the full PLTS product line. PLTS is a set of applications that extend ArcGIS for high volume database production, maintenance, quality control, cartographic product generation and workflow management. Pricing undisclosed. ESRI,

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