Running Start Adds Java/XML/WAP Support to Web Content Management and Publishing System

New ArticleBASE Technologies on Display at Macworld Expo

Running Start(TM) Inc. Wednesday announced it has added platform support for Java, XML, and WAP to its ArticleBASE(TM) Web content management, workflow, and dynamic publishing system.

This next generation of ArticleBASE being previewed at Macworld Expo is scheduled to ship later this summer.

Designed to leverage the latest technological capabilities in the Apple(R) WebObjects(R) 4.5 development platform, ArticleBASE adds support for the Java programming language, XML (Extensible Markup Language) and WAP (Wireless Application Protocol).

Many enterprise IT departments have experienced Java programmers whose skills can be more readily leveraged to perform in-house customization, maintenance, and support for their Web site or portal, as a result of ArticleBASE's Java support.

ArticleBASE 2.1's newly integrated XML and WAP support will allow data exchange with other XML-based applications and enables site access from any browser, PDA, or cell phone.

"Our broadened support for industry standard platforms in ArticleBASE allows us to effectively integrate and optimize our technology solution for the rapidly changing demand requirements of enterprise-class companies," said Ralph Zazula, Running Start's president and chief executive officer.

"These latest developments will benefit our existing customers and expand the accessibility of our solution to new markets and business environments."

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