Atlanta-based Jacada Ltd. released Jacada Interface Server 7.1, which adds XHTML generation capability to Jacada's integrated user interface development solution. The Jacada Interface Server provides a common user interface layer for new application development and existing legacy systems applications. This newest version includes the following capabilities: XML-based HTML generation; an open, extensible client interface; customizable "on-the-fly" XHTML generation; "WYSIWYG" generation of Java and XHTML; and function key support.Imaging software provider Snowbound Software Corp., Newtonville, Mass., released STORM for the Web. The new product enables organizations to retrieve, deliver and store corporate information, such as insurance forms, legal documents, photographs, data streams, scanned images and binary code, from any intranet or Internet connection via a Web browser. STORM is compatible with a broad spectrum of Enterprise Java Beans 1.1. application servers, including JBoss Group's JBoss, Macromedia's JRun, Sun Microsystem's iPlanet, BEA's WebLogic and IBM's WebSphere.

Chicago-based InsuranceNoodle Inc. began licensing its Web-based NoodleASP technology to property/casualty carriers, regional and national brokers, managing general agents and managing general underwriters. The solution is based on technology used by the commercial insurance e-broker over the last 18 months and by more than 700 agencies. Carriers can have their own Web-enabled system, set up with their own products, within a short period of time, and begin accepting underwriting information online and posting quotes online to their distribution force, the company claims.

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