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BroadVision

A family of e-business applications from BroadVision, Inc., Redwood City, CA (www.broadvision.com) that provide the tools to develop a complete, commercial Web site. The suite of integrated and self-service applications includes BroadVision Process; Commerce; Content; and Portal, all of which can be client-customized.

Another notable Broadvision product is Quicksilver 2.0, acquired from Interleaf in 2000, and a well-known authoring tool that allows the creation of long, complex documents in multiple output formats. No re-tagging or reformatting of information is necessary for this instant Web publishing scenario. Broadvision was founded in 1993 and initially developed interactive TV applications.
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Nandaki Systems will be using the BroadVision suite of e-Business solutions to develop the processes and presentation of their IP3 framework, which encompasses three major process components - Value Capital Management (VCM), Intellectual Capital Management (ICM) and Human Capital Management (HCM).
com), one of the world's leading private banks and specialists in asset management, has completed its migration to the BroadVision 8.
BroadVision plans to release its financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2006 by Friday December 8, 2006.
The purpose of the special meeting is to vote upon the approval and adoption of the merger agreement providing for the acquisition of BroadVision by a newly formed portfolio company of Vector Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity firm.
Our board of directors believes that, if this transaction is not approved, shares of BroadVision common stock would likely be worth much less than the $0.
As announced on July 26, 2005, BroadVision has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a newly-formed portfolio company of Vector Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity firm.
Nasdaq:BVSN), a global provider of web self-service solutions, and Vector Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity firm, today announced that BroadVision has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a newly-formed Vector portfolio company.
All forward-looking statements included in this release, including, but not limited to, our anticipated revenues for the second quarter of 2005 and our ability to finalize our operating results by our projected earnings release date, are based upon information available to BroadVision as of the date of this release, and BroadVision assumes no obligation to update or correct any such forward-looking statements.
As an existing customer of BroadVision's, we were excited about BroadVision Process," stated Marc Clement, vice president, EFG bank.
NASDAQ: BVSN) announced today that BroadVision has extended its agreement with Bitstream to license Bitstream font rendering technology and over 100 fonts for BroadVision(R)'s self-service web applications.