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New 'Portal in a Box' Software Used for Law Site

Magazine article Information Today

New 'Portal in a Box' Software Used for Law Site

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Today.com, Inc. has announced its participation in the creation of the first Web site using its new WebWare technology. The site, http://www.law.com, the Internet's "Portal to the Law," was publicly launched in mid-January and is the first to showcase the proprietary WebWare technology developed by Today.com. According to the company, this Web-sue-development software provides dozens of different software modules for content management, commerce, community, personalization, and site promotion in a single, tightly integrated package. According to the company, WebWare will provide the highest quality Internet site with many more features and services than were economically feasible when the technology had to be developed independently. In creating the law.com Web site, Today.com used a beta version of WebWare, which included its proprietary. TemplateServer technology; this technology allows easy input, delivery, and management of large amounts of data, such as the over-30,000 pages of legal information provide d by law.com. This means that organizations wanting to develop industry-standard, high-quality Web sites and e-commerce sites will be able to do so far more rapidly and cheaply, and with significantly reduced maintenance overheads.

Nathan Gwilliam, president and chief executive officer of Today.com, said: "We believe that the WebWare and TemplateServer technologies will change dramatically the way that Web sites are presently being created. …

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