Enterprise content management developer Stellent Inc. has acquired Kinecta Corp., a provider of content distribution infrastructure software. The purchase will enable customers of Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based Stellent to aggregate content from multiple repositories, manage it in the Stellent environment and distribute it to any audience, Stellent says. Users also will be able to easily deploy content from staging environments to production environments and roll back to earlier versions of Web sites, the company notes.

Kinecta's technology is built on such industry standards as Java, Java 2 Enterprise Edition, Extensible Markup Language and Information Content and Exchange. Stellent will market the existing Kinecta product line while integrating the technology into the Stellent Content Management System. An integrated product is expected to be released in the second quarter. As part of the deal, Stellent is hiring Kinecta's development team and will retain Kinecta's San Francisco office. Adam Souzis, Kinecta chief technology officer, will join Stellent as vice president of development for the San Francisco office.

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