IBM has strengthened its Websphere product line with the acquisition of a content assembly and management tool from Wallop Software.
Build-IT will be integrated into IBM?s Websphere Studio, a set of Web site development and management tools that work with the IBM application server.
The new addition will be included in next release of Studio Workbench, which helps to automate many of the repetitive tasks of maintaining a Web site.
?IBM will continue to strengthen the Websphere product line to offer the most comprehensive solution for building, deploying and managing Web based applications ranging from simple Web sites to powerful ebusiness solutions,? said Paraic Sweeney, vice president for Web server marketing, in a statement.
?Our latest move enhances the Websphere Studio and extends its open nature to help Web developers through all stages of development, from site authoring, content creation and dynamic presentation to tapping into back end systems and extending them to the Web.?
IBM also announced it will license the software to Netobjects for use with the company?s Authoring Server Suite, a collaborative authoring environment for site builders and application developers.
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