Inso and Basis Announce Partnership
Inso Corporation and Basis Technology Corporation Announce Partnership
Basis Develops Asian Language Modules for Inso's DynaText ePublishing System
NEW YORK, February 18, 1999.
Inso Corporation and Basis Technology Corporation today announced a technology and service partnership at Inso's International User Group Conference in New York City. Under the agreement, Basis has developed Korean and Chinese (traditional and simplified) "pluggable" language system modules that drop into DynaText, Inso's Extensible Markup Language (XML)-based professional publishing system. In addition, Basis will provide support for the "language modules and will receive a royalty on future sales of DynaText that incorporate this new functionality.
"This important partnership with Basis Technology addresses the rapidly increasing demand for Inso's enterprise publishing solutions in world markets, as well as the increasing globalization of our business," said Steven R. Vana-Paxhia, Inso president and chief executive officer. "The partnership also demonstrates Inso's commitment to solidifying relationships and maintaining the highest level of support for our 'Global 2000' customers worldwide."
"Inso conducted a broad search for a partner with the unique range of skills and experience necessary for DynaText internationalization and localization for Asia," said Graham Marshall, vice president and general manager of Inso's Electronic Publishing Solutions. "We are pleased that our search culminated with Basis Technology Corporation, who clearly exhibited a unique combination of software development and linguistics expertise."
"Basis looks forward to working in concert with Inso to bring its powerful global publishing solutions to Asian markets quickly," said Steve Cohen, vice president of Basis Technology. "Basis' expertise and long experience in software internationalization, Unicode support, and SGML mesh perfectly with Inso's powerful publishing technologies. Quick deployment and a forward-looking international architecture give DynaText a competitive edge in the global publishing arena."
About DynaText & Korean/Chinese (Traditional & Simplified) PLS
The DynaText Professional Publishing System, along with its DynaTag and DynaWeb companion technologies, provide corporate and commercial publishers with a standards-based (XML or SGML), automated production process for creating and delivering large documents through a variety of delivery mechanisms including CD-ROM, LAN, the Web, and print. DynaText includes publisher-controlled stylesheets, a stand-alone CD/LAN browser, a robust software developers kit, multiple language support, multiple content views, and broad platform support. The pluggable language system modules developed by Basis Technology will allow DynaText to correctly process, index, and render text in Chinese (simplified and traditional) and Korean. More product information can be found at http://www.inso.com/dynatext/index.htm. Sales inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com.
Inso Corporation is a leading global provider of electronic publishing and content management tools for critical business information. With Inso's Enterprise Information Platform, organizations gain an integrated system for managing, distributing, publishing, and continually updating their intellectual property. Inso's award-winning technology enables large corporations to exchange, publish, and deploy all types of information, from the simplest memo to the most complex multimedia document. For more information, visit the Inso website at http://www.inso.com.
About Basis Technology
Basis Technology is New England's leading firm specializing in software internationalization and localization tools and services for Asia. The company was established to provide American software publishers with the intensive engineering, translation, and testing services necessary to prepare products for use in major Asian markets including China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Basis Technology's unique approach to internationalization enables software publishers to retain ownership and control of their localized products, and to negotiate advantageous distribution agreements. For more information, visit the Basis Technology website at http://www.basistech.com.
Inso, the Inso logo, and DynaText are registered trademarks of Inso Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other product, company, or service names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
SOURCE: Inso Corporation
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