Noonetime Offering XtractTM and StarMapperTM at a Reduced Price
Great prices on XML transformation and management tools.
Denver, Colorado August 7, 2001--Noonetime announces special savings on
their industry leading XML migration tools Xtract and StarMapper. After an
enormously successful launch of ConstellationTM, a round trip solution for
XML migration, editing, and management, Noonetime wants to keep the buzz
going about their XML solutions by offering Xtract and StarMapper for $199,
for a limited time.
Xtract Xtract is Noonetime's answer for transforming documents created in
QuarkXpress directly to XML, while generating a corresponding XSL
stylesheet and DTD. XML sits behind the scenes; provide an effortless
solution for migrating to XML.
StarMapper This translation design tool provides an easy-to-use interface
for creating a mapping file between a source DTD or Schema and a target DTD
or Schema while automatically generating an XSL stylesheet.
Noonetime also has special deals on XMetaL by SoftQuad, starting at $350
for a single copy with further reductions with the purchase of additional
copies. Come to www.noonetime.com for more product information and to
purchase these XML tools or contact us at in...@noonetime.com.
Noonetime is an XML solutions provider specializing in software products to
meet the increasing demand for easy-to use tools for corporate data
migration to XML. With over two years dedicated to the development and
validation of XML software solutions, Noonetime is primed to make a major
impact on the XML community with the introduction of Constellation,
providing the missing link in XML solutions.
Noonetime provides a complete suite of XML software solutions designed to
remove the technical aspect from the efficient use of XML. The core product
suite focus is to enable content creators to work in their native authoring
environments while allowing them to harness the powers of XML, re-purpose
existing content, and increase options for distribution of data. Noonetime
offers XML solutions for all workers, not just the technical elite.