Pivotal releases e-selling solution

Page 3 of 3back to page 2LeveragePivotal announced on 12 April that they had acquired 100% of Exactium Ltd., a provider of e-selling solutions optimizedfor Internet and Microsoft standards.

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Pivotal announced on 12 April that they had acquired 100% of Exactium Ltd., a provider of e-selling solutions optimized for Internet and Microsoft standards.

They also simultaneously announced the availability of Pivotal Intelligent eSelling 2000, an Internet application suite based on Exactium's technology. The new solution will be fully integrated with the eRelationships 2000 solution.

The new e-selling platform is fully architected on an XML backbone, and has features for performing needs analysis, recommending products and services, advising customers on features, and options, and configuring complex orders with more convenience.

Pivotal is promising capabilities for single and multi-vendor product-catalog aggregation, advanced personalization, proactive notification, recommendation, configuration, quoting and order management to enable one-to-one and many-to-many relationships between buyers and sellers.

Pivotal Intelligent eSelling 2000 can simultaneously support multiple languages, currencies, units of measure, products, and pricing. Together with template-based personalization, this allows users to have an unique buying experience based on cultural preferences.

About Pivotal
Pivotal Corporation is a global provider of e-business relationship management (eBRM) Internet solutions. Pivotal solutions combine eCommerce, business portal, and customer relationship management capabilities within a scalable, standards-based architecture for B2B organizations seeking to merge the power of the Internet with traditional business models.

Pivotal solutions are sold in 32 countries and available in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese and Chinese. Pivotal’s worldwide customer base comprises over 700 organizations in traditional market sectors and the new digital economy, including KPMG, CornerDrugstore.com, Ericsson, Medpool.com, HarperCollins Publishing, Deutsche Bank, Trader.com, Southern Company, Lucent Technologies, NEC, Deloitte & Touche, Principal Financial Group and Red Cross Australia.