SAN MATEO (06/08/2000) - E-commerce solution provider Clarus Corp. this week bought Redeo Technologies. Clarus will incorporate Redeo's Web-based payment settlement into its own software, eProcurement and eMarket. As part of the acquisition, Clarus gains large global customers, including Nortel and Abbott Labs.
Wal-Mart steps up Web site analysis
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. this week selected Coremetrics' eLuminate marketing tool to conduct its Web site visitor analysis. Tracking and analyzing online customer behavior, eLuminate will help Wal-Mart identify what customers do on its Web site and what merchandising most interests customers, officials said.
Web visitor analysis also will help Wal-Mart's marketing team to access visitor data and facilitate customer service online, officials from both companies said.
Quark, Quill team on managing content
Quark and Quill joined forces last week to provide content management solutions that replace the inefficient workflow management systems that many publishers employ. Quill will integrate Quark Digital Media System with CATPUB, Quill's Web application for managing workflow, content approval, tracking, and publishing. The integration of the two systems will provide end-to-end content management that will help Web and print publishers manage and distribute large amounts of content, officials said.
XMLSolutions allies with bTrade.com
XMLSolutions will incorporate bTrade.com's partner management software and security features into its product line, officials said last week. XMLSolutions provides business-to-business, XML-based software and services for online exchanges. The partnership will allow XMLSolutions' customers to conduct transactions between legacy EDI (electronic data interchange) formats and XML, officials said.
Gemplus, OnDisplay ink wireless deal
In the latest in a series of steps taken by OnDisplay to break into emerging wireless markets, company officials announced an agreement with smart card provider Gemplus. Gemplus is embedding OnDisplay's CenterStage in its own software, which will allow customers to exchange secure information and transactions over the Internet from any wireless device, officials said.