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Brio Expands Support for Global E-Business

Brio Technology Inc. today announced the availability of Brio.Enterprise 6.0.5, its enterprise business intelligence product suite that supports eight languages and integrates with Brio's enterprise information portal to provide self-service access to corporate information. Brio.Enterprise 6.0.5 now supports Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish, in addition to English. The package also offers a Web-based desktop e-console, that users throughout the organization and around the world can use to access, query, and analyze corporate information.

Brio's Brio.Portal, the company's business portal, is the basis for the e-console, and leverages Brio.Enterprise OnDemand Server as a repository of Brio documents. This enables users to query structured and unstructured data and provide organizations with the benefit of user authentication and increased notification capabilities held within Brio.Portal.

Contact Brio Technology, (800) 879-BRIO, www.brio.com.

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