The application is based on Sequoia’s
XML Portal Server
and Enterworks’ Content Integrator, which can support numerous
Sequoia released XPS version 3.0 last June. The program provides
personalized content delivery on browsers or any wireless device.
and automates business processes through an integrated workflow engine.
Enterworks Content Integrator powers the full range of e-business
managing content in real time from disparate sources and consolidating it
into a single Web-enabled view.
The bundling makes it possible for an organization’s existing IT
infrastructure to support new services for customers, partners, and
suppliers, in addition to making it easier for employees to navigate their
The two firms said they will put together a marketing and sales program to
educate businesses about the portal.
“The sweet spot for XPS are customer deployments where information from core
operational applications is re-purposed to support e-processes aimed at
retaining or acquiring customers,” said Bryan Caporlette, vice president,
product management, Sequoia.
“Sequoia has engineered XPS to be an e-business command center that
aggregates, manages and extends information and processes from across a
company’s value chain.”