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December 1, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM Corp has added support for the Euro currency to its Net.Commerce e-commerce software suite and another set of partners. The company also announced the start of beta testing for its auction technology, which is burdened with the name aereal-worldAE. It will enable companies to hold auctions for their services over the web and should be available in a version of Net.Commerce early next year. Version 3.1.2 with Euro support will ship December 18, ahead of the Euro’s implementation on January 1 1999. In addition, the hosting edition of Net.Commerce for AIX, aimed at ISPs and banks, is shipping at the same time. And a version of the hosting edition running on Sun Microsystems Inc’s Solaris Unix will appear in early 1999, according to Karl Salnoske, general manage of e-commerce at the company’s software solutions division. The new partners, whose technology will now be supported by Net.Commerce include Information Builders, e2 Software, Netcentives, net.Genesis, and Seagate Software.

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