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Geekspeak: May 21, 2001

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Soap gets a thorough cleanup by developers at N+I.

E.piphany, Onyx Expand Crm Packages

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E.piphany Inc. and Onyx Software Corp. are broadening their respective CRM software suites by integrating capabilities gained through recent acquisitions and partnerships.

Middleware Links Apps Over B2B Nets

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WebMethods Inc. is readying a new version of its business process management middleware that links applications and transactions not simply across the enterprise but across business-to-business networks, as well.

Accpac Suite Supports Sales

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Accpac International Inc., of Pleasanton, Calif., has released Accpac eCRM, a suite that provides sales, marketing, call center and customer service applications accessible by Web browsers and wireless devices.

Job Challenges Demand Vigilance

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Security and integration top concerns

Renewing the Revolution

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"The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which."

Fast Facts Section B: May 14, 2001

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Microsoft is scaling back plans to sell its Office software suite via a one-year subscription.

Four Packages Shine in Different Subjects

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But not one of these offerings was clearly head of the class in all fields.

Rob Savoye

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Rob Savoye explains his dedication to open source software like this: "I'm a very community-minded person. I've done a lot of community volunteer stuff."

Honda Revs Supply Chain

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Syncata helps auto distributor slash inventory by 50 percent.

Visual Basic on the Decline?

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The 3 million programmers using Microsoft's Visual Basic language make up one of the largest and most cohesive developer communities in existence, but some of them now are up for grabs.

Finding Profit in Partnership

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How to succeed while giving it away

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