|Exchange:||NASDAQ national market|
|Industry:||Software - Application|
|BroadVision, Inc. was incorporated in the state of Delaware on May 13, 1993. It develops, markets, and supports enterprise portal applications that enable companies to unify their e-business infrastructure and conduct both interactions and transactions with employees, partners and customers through a personalized self-service model that increases revenues, reduces costs, and improves productivity. The Company excels in offering e-business solutions that tightly integrate portal and commerce on a single, secure, high-performance framework that also enables advanced personalization and seamless integration to enterprise systems. BroadVision e-business solutions are built on object-oriented application code written in J2EE programming environments, which allows developers and system integrators to use, integrate, modify, adapt or extend the applications with minimal impact on other areas to create a rapidly customized product that meets specific business requirements. The company’s applications fully support XML, which is the emerging standard for managing and exchanging data between e-business systems as well as for re-purposing and sending information to wireless devices. In addition, it uses other widely accepted standards in developing its products, including Web Services, Structured Query Language (SQL) for accessing relational database management systems; Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for web access; Secure Socket Layer (SSL) for secure transmissions over networks; and the encryption algorithms supplied by RSA Security. Its applications can be operated in conjunction with relational database management systems provided by IBM Corporation, MySQL, Microsoft, and Oracle. Supported application servers include WebLogic, WebSphere, SunOne and JBoss. The Company provides a full spectrum of global services to contribute to the success of its customers, including business consulting services, implementation services related to its software and related software, migration and performance tuning services and ongoing training and technical support. Coursework is available for Content Managers, Technical Developers and System Administrators through BroadVision Education Services. Customers and partners can arrange for on-site programs, which keep employees at the office, or take advantage of public courses at BroadVision locations. The company’s software is deployed in all major industry groups, including financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and telecommunications. It provides a full spectrum of global services to contribute to the success of its customers, including business consulting services, implementation services related to its software and related software, migration and performance tuning services and ongoing training and technical support. It also relies on copyright, trademark, service mark, trade secret laws and contractual restrictions to protect its proprietary rights in products and services. The Company has registered ‘BroadVision’, ‘BroadVision One-To-One’, ‘Interleaf’ and ‘Interleaf Xtreme’ as trademarks in the United States and in other countries. The Company is subject to taxation in the United States and various foreign jurisdictions.|
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