Albuquerque, NM (December 3, 2009) – Access Innovations, Inc. has established a comprehensive library of connectors. These plug-ins, APIs, JDBCs, OBDCs, and web services calls enable quick and easy connection between Access Innovations’ Data Harmony applications and other software.
These connectors extend the flexibility and capabilities of the Data Harmony™ products, which include Thesaurus Master™ (for developing and managing specialized and corporate taxonomies); M.A.I.™ (Machine Aided Indexer for managing how structured vocabularies are applied to content); MAIstro™ (which offers the functionality of both Thesaurus Master and M.A.I., in a completely integrated form); XIS (XML Intranet System, for managing database records in XML format); and MAIChem™ (a system for extracting chemical nomenclature hidden in full text).
“With connectors working for metadata identification and creation as well as search enhancements, we have moved from middleware to “endware,” said Marjorie Hlava, President of Access Innovations.
The connectors will link Data Harmony software with a variety of other products:
Advanced Chemistry Development’s (ACD/Labs) ACD/Name chemical research software
Apache Software Foundation’s Lucene search engine
CambridgeSoft’s Life Science enterprise solutions software
Cuadra Associates’ Cuadra STAR information management and retrieval system
Ektron’s content management platform
EMC Corporation’s Documentum enterprise content management platform
Factiva’s Synaptica business vocabulary management software
Hummingbird Ltd.’s document repository software
Jive Software’s Clearspace enterprise collaboration software
Mark Logic’s MarkLogic Server XML content platform
Microsoft’s SharePoint collaboration and content management server
Nstein’s content management software for the publishing industry
Open Text Corporation’s Livelink enterprise content management suite
Oracle Corporation’s Universal Content Management server (formerly Stellent Content Server)
PostgreSQL’s object-relational database management system
Sun Microsystems’ OpenOffice.org office software suite
VTLS Inc.’s VALET and VITAL institutional repository applications
(Others upon request)