Add Personal(isation) TouchArt Technology Group announced an integration deal with Interwoven earlier this month, the first of what will be a series of partnerships designed both to raise the profile of ATG software and to keep the company at the heart of Fortune 500 sites. ATG is sticking to its guns with Java development tools and a core personalisation server that can support high-end sites that need to provide data that is specific to individual customers. The core application is the Dynamo Personalization Server, which will be integrated with Interwoven's TeamSite, a group Web production environment for Solaris and Windows NT operating systems. TeamSite provides the Web content management, application development, workflow support, file versioning and parallel development by any number of teams working on a common base of Web content.
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