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Web hub

A business-to-business website for a particular industry. It provides a meeting ground for buyers and sellers in a specific field, and rather than being advertising based, may charge a transaction fee for each purchase. Also known as a vertical portal, or "vortal." See vertical portal.
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Norwegian IT company Mamut ASA said on Thursday (27 March) that it has agreed to acquire the online web hub KlubbenOnline from EDDA Digital in a NOK7m deal.
The website features all the standard categories like Autos, Personals, Services, and more while the web hub includes a complete listing of cities and states.
QPS 8 also introduces: a ready-made adapter for Alfresco Enterprise 2, the open-source content-management system, allowing users to store assets in a single repository and view and update content in real time; user interface support for 13 languages including Japanese, as well as hyphenation and spell checking for more than 30 languages; improved asset management through QPS Connect Client, including multi-page preview, multiple asset check-in, metadata tagging, custom grouping, and full text search functionality; QPS Web Hub support for East Asian languages; support for native Adobe Illustrator formats.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-27 March 2008-Mamut ASA acquires Norwegian web hub KlubbenOnline(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
As the project progressed, an accompanying Web Hub and discussion list were created to enable interested librarians to share information.
com's Real Estate Web hub, offering home shoppers access to hundreds of thousands of The Real Estate Book's real estate listings in markets across North America.

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