Clarizen announced Clarizen 3.0 of its software as a service collaboration and project execution solution. Clarizen 3.0 is designed to improve productivity, save time and and money by helping teams manage project details, regardless of where members are located. Clarizen 3.0 provides issue and expense management, enhancing its budget management and Gantt chart features.  
EnterpriseDB announced that IBM licensed EnterpriseDB's technology to make it easier to deploy applications on DB2 9.7. The technology is among a set of capabilities in EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus Advanced Server. These capabilities enable customers to run applications written for Oracle Database - reducing the cost, time and risk of migrating applications to Postgres Plus. 
Pitney Bowes Business Insight announced the immediate availability of a new version of its e-Messaging solution. With enhanced control and flexibility, e-Messaging v1.1 enables businesses to manage and automate two-way email and short message services communications. E-Messaging v1.1 provides auto-categorization of inbound messages to streamline call center operations and digitally signed outbound communications to improve customer service, archiving and regulatory compliance.  
Progress Software Corporation announced the release of the Progress DataXtend Browser for Association for Cooperative Operations Research and Development. ACORD is a standards development organization for the insurance industry and related financial services industries.The DataXtend Browser for ACORD, built on top of the Progress DataXtend Semantic Integrator, lets users visually explore model-based representations of the comprehensive schemas of the ACORD XML standards. With the DataXtend Browser standards’ content is searchable. 
SunGard launched a new analytics module for its iWorks EIM incentive compensation, sales and distribution solution, based on Microsoft’s business intelligence platform. iWorks EIM Analytics provides configurable key performance indicators and interactive BI dashboards to help insurers manage their distribution channels, understand market dynamics and adapt business tactics accordingly. 
VMware, Inc. announced the general availability of VMware vSphere 4. VMware vSphere 4 extends the previous generation VMware platform – VMware Infrastructure 3 – along three dimensions: it delivers the efficiency and performance required to run business critical applications in large scale environments, it provides uncompromised control over application security and service levels, and it preserves customer choice of hardware, operating system, application architecture and on-premise versus off-premise application hosting.  

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