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Quick Takes: Support for SharePoint, Office XP

Onyx Software supports Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server, Office XP

Bellevue, Wash.-based Onyx Software Corp. and its partner, Medfield, Mass.-based STAR Information Technology, have integrated the Onyx CRM suite with Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server and Microsoft Office XP. Customer information captured in Onyx will be accessible to users through SharePoint Portal Server and Office XP. Working with Microsoft and Onyx, STAR Information Technology converted the Onyx Employee Portal interface into Web Parts that can be plugged into the Digital Dashboard of Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server.



RCG IT joins Siebel alliance program

Edison, N.J.-based RCG Information Technology Inc. (RCG IT) has joined the Siebel Alliance Program as a base consulting partner. RCG IT will focus on providing integration services for Siebel eBusiness 2000, MidMarket Edition and Compaq systems. RCG IT's ebusiness integration program combines Siebel's software with Compaq's hardware. The company provides strategy, implementation and customization of the products. It is aimed at mid-market companies.


Interact Commerce announces ACT! 2000 compatible with Office XP

Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Interact Commerce Corp. has announced that all versions of ACT! 2000, including international versions, are compatible with Microsoft Office XP. A simple selection switches users from the internal ACT! word processor to Microsoft Word for all ACT! functions. A free patch enables ACT! 2000 users to maintain all of the Word functionality they are accustomed to when they upgrade to Office XP.


Stratabase announces Cisco-enhanced CRM

Abbotsford, B.C.-based Stratabase, which provides open-source CRM software and enterprise hardware, has entered into Cisco's Channel Program. Stratabase will now include Cisco products in its CRM offerings.


Pivotal optimizes for Microsoft Office XP

North Vancouver, B.C.-based Pivotal Corp. has optimized its Demand Chain Network software for the new features offered in Microsoft Office XP, including smart tag technology. Using the Pivotal software suite integrated with the new Microsoft suite, companies will be able to use 'smart tags' to tap into real-time customer and industry information while using Microsoft applications.


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