Day Software (SWX:DAYN), a leading provider of global content management software, today unveiled plans to package and market enterprise content management solutions on the Sun Microsystems platform.By leveraging the Sun platform, Day will enable companies to implement a more unified web strategy on a scalable and secure Internet environment. The offering unites Day's Communique 3.5, a global content management framework, with the Sun Java(TM) Enterprise System component products, the Java System Portal server and the Java System Application server. Communique's content-centric, Java-based technology turns the content infrastructure of an entire organization into a virtual repository, bringing together content from any application, regardless of its location, language or platform, and delivers it securely over multiple channels to any device, any time, anywhere through the Java System Portal server and Java System Application server. Day is participating in the Sun Solution Center (booth number 1959) at the AIIMexpo Conference and Exposition 2004 where Sun will be featuring Content Infrastructure Systems including Sun StorEdge(TM) Information Lifecycle Management Solutions, Sun Enterprise servers and Sun Java Enterprise System software system. "As a longstanding supporter of Java technologies, J2EE(TM) and the Sun platform, working more closely with Sun is a natural extension, enabling both companies to help customers tackle content complexity in the enterprise," said Michael Moppert, chairman and CEO of Day Software. "By combining Sun's proven enterprise platform with Day's content infrastructure, we will enable customers to unify and manage their digital content and business information with a best-in-class content management solution leveraging existing investments in people and technology that will scale to meet future needs." "The Java System Portal server and Java System Application server provides best in class content presentation and delivery to Day's Communique content management solution," said Manish Bhuptani, director, Market Development. "The Java Enterprise System has revolutionized the enterprise software market by providing our customers an easy to deploy, fully integrated software system at a very low cost and accelerated delivery. Our engagements with Day can now bring a fully integrated, end-to-end content management and delivery system quickly and securely, and at a very acceptable cost." "By extending our product support for the Sun Java System, our joint customers, most of which are large, multi-national companies with complex business requirements, have access to the most innovative technologies for managing their entire content infrastructure," continued Moppert. Day's customers are some of the largest global corporations and include Audi, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Post World Net, General Electric, Intercontinental Hotels Group, McDonald's, UBS and Volkswagen, a majority of whom also run on the Sun platform. Sun will be showcasing Content Infrastructure Systems including Sun's StorEdge Information Lifecycle Management Solutions, Sun Enterprise Servers and Sun Java Enterprise System software platform this week at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. About Day (www.day.com) Day is a leading provider of integrated content, portal and digital asset management software. Day's technology Communique offers a comprehensive, rapidly deployable framework to unify and manage all digital business data, systems, applications and processes through the Web. Communique's content-centric architecture, and its innovative ContentBus, turns the entire business into a virtual repository, bringing together content from any system, regardless of location, language or platform. Day is an international company, founded in 1993, and listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange New Market (SWX:DAYN) since April 2000. Day's customers are some of the largest global corporations and include Audi, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Post World Net, General Electric, Intercontinental Hotels Group, McDonald's, UBS and Volkswagen. Source: Business Wire Read more about the AIIM conference (starting today).