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September 2005, Trend-Setting Products 2005, [Volume 14, Issue 8]

Features

Electronic medical records: a promising prognosis

Fewer than one in five U.S. physicians use electronic medical records (EMRs) to track their patients' histories, even though such products offer benefits to stakeholders all along the healthcare delivery chain. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a national health information network could save $140 billion per year by improving care and reducing costs.

Enterprise rights management heats up

The evolution of Federated records management

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 ATG: ATG Commerce

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 ClearStory Systems: Radiant EMS™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 eGain: eGain Service™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Engenium Corporation: Engenium Semetric

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Entopia: K-Bus 3

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Exact Software: e-Synergy®

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 EXSYS: Exsys CORVID

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 FAST Search & Transfer: FAST ESP™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Innodata Isogen: Innodata Isogen Enterprise

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Intelligenxia: IxReveal™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Inxight Software: SmartDiscovery

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 ISYS Search Software, Inc.: ISYS:desktop 7

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 KANA: KANA Response

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Knova: Service Resolution Management

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Kofax: VRS 4.0

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Liberty IMS: LibertyNET™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 OneSource: SynergySM Solutions

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Pegasystems: SmartBPM™ Suite

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 SER: SERglobalBrain

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Smead Software: Smeadlink Express

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 Stellent: Universal Content Management™

Trend-Setting Product of 2005 ZyLAB: ZyIMAGE

Trend-setting Products of 2005

News Analysis

Alfresco tries to repeat history

InfoX Showcase to debut in New York

The high cost of interruptions

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

The BBC’s low-tech KM

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