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Brio delivers 3G portal solution

Brio Technology delivers 3G portal solution that allows users to access information on the Internet. With this product, users can extract real-time enterprise information created from multiple applications in the format required.
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Brio Technology introduces Brio.Portal 7.0 which delivers 3G portal solution that allows users to access information on the Internet.

Brio.Portal 7.0 enables ease-of-use by clients who have little or no technical expertise. Using web-based parameter forms, users can extract real-time enterprise information created from multiple applications in the format and context required. Companies can deploy customized reporting applications over the Web without compromising security.

Brio.Portal 7.0 introduces several features, including a new Knowledge Server, which powered by Autonomy Inc.'s concept-based technology, sources for relevant information.

The Knowledge Server allows integration of new content sources while allowing users to search, crawl and index information from existing infrastructure.

Another new feature to Brio.Portal would be Portal.Pages that increases personalization options to users. They provide complete views of information such as exception alerts, charts, reports, and web content relevant to an individual's job function or role.

Using a Portal.Page wizard, authorized users can now create multiple Portal.Pages with control over content, style, and layout. In addition, Portal.Pages can also be shared with a broad community of users.

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