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February 19, 2001 — In addition to this week's NewsBreaks article and the monthly NewsLink Spotlight, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) offers Weekly News Digests that feature recent product news and company announcements. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today. For other up-to-the-minute news, check out ITIís Twitter account: @ITINewsBreaks.

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Moreover and Autonomy Announce Partnership

Moreover (http://www.moreover.com) and Autonomy (http://www.autonomy.com) have announced a partnership aimed at bringing breaking news to enterprise portals. As part of the agreement, Autonomy's Portal-in-a-Box will provide access to Moreover's dynamic Web news database. Integration has been completed for select Autonomy Portal-in-a-Box customers, and Moreover-indexed headlines will be generally available by early in the second quarter of this year. The partnership provides Moreover with an additional channel into the enterprise, while enabling Autonomy to take full advantage of the benefits of a clean and structured Web news database.

Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch said: "I can think of no easier way to turn an enterprise portal into a powerful competitive intelligence resource than to incorporate Moreover's award-winning news engine and database. By partnering with Moreover to provide relevant online news while it is still fresh, our customers will be able to stay on top of industry developments, monitor and outmaneuver the competition, and hopefully save time and money on online research."

Moreover was recently named "Best Specialty Search Engine" by SearchEngineWatch for its ability to track thousands of rapidly changing online news sources. Other companies that license Moreover's technology include Inktomi, Microsoft, Epicentric, PeopleSoft, and Plumtree.

Autonomy provides text classification and retrieval technology for business applications. Among Autonomy's 425-plus customers are Associated Press, BBC, Reed Elsevier, News Corp., SF Gate, and Reuters. In addition, many software companies license Autonomy's technology to add intelligence to their own products, in areas as diverse as online publishing, knowledge management, e-mail routing, and document management.

Source: Moreover



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