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Serebrum to Launch "100% AJAX" Content Management System

Users Can Manage Content as Topics Without Having to Worry About How It Is Presented

Serebrum will launch Axon - a wiki-based, 100% AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) content management system - at DEMOfall '06 IT conference.

"Axon brings together the best of what wikis offer and extends the concept to meet the needs of enterprise users," said Krishna Polineni, CEO of Serebrum Corporation. "We are excited to be accepted at the same event that launched Sun's Java, TiVo and the Palm."

Serebrum, founded in late 1997, is a provider of J2EE-based solutions to enterprises. The company said that with Axon, users can manage content as topics without having to worry about how it is presented.

"Axon rethinks how enterprise content and knowledge is managed by providing a flexible framework for companies to create, present and distribute information," said Chris Shipley, executive producer of DEMOfall. "While word processor and spreadsheet software was assembled as productivity suites in the early '90s to great impact, Axon takes the next evolutionary step of erasing the boundaries that exist in the components of a productivity suite and delivers a unified solution."

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