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Bizy, Inc. Granted Registration of the Trademark íPlace Managementí by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)


Monday, October 29, 2007

Bizy, Inc has been granted registration of the trademark Place Management® by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Place Management® is a seminal application where editable areas on a web page are created dynamically using a patent-pending, rich Internet application called Bizyweb™.

Palm Springs, CA -- Bizy, Inc has been granted the trademark Place Management® by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Place Management® is a seminal application where editable areas on a page are created dynamically using patent-pending rich Internet application called Bizyweb™.

The editable areas are called 'places' and each 'place' is managed by a Place Manager™, which is a micro-application for managing the contents of an individual place.

The beta product of Bizyweb which is now available for download at www.bizyweb.com contains a suite of basic places: simple text place, rich text place, image place, link place, widget place and html place.

Bizy, Inc's seminal product Bizyweb (www.bizyweb.com) transforms an ordinary website into a dynamically, editable publishing platform creating a new genre of web application called Place Management®. Webmasters will appreciate its rich Internet interface allowing them to maintain and manage a website from a browser connected to the Internet. Users responsible for web site content can edit only the content areas of a page without changing the look-and-feel of the site.

Using the latest technologies including dynamically defined XML data structures, the patent-pending approach of the product Bizyweb™ is not to be confused with simple HTML editing. Using a familiar desktop skill, the user can point to an image to designate an editable 'place' on a page. Subsequently, the non-technical user can peruse available web folders and select a new image for this 'place' even resizing or adding other properties upon insertion. The user may also highlight a text or a group of page objects and create a multi-purpose 'place' on a page to insert an entire article. There is a whitepaper at www.bizyweb.com called 'Creating a Page with Bizyweb' which demonstrates the steps in creation of a new article.

A special widget inserter will add Internet tools like the Google™ calendar to the page with a simple click. Widgets may be preconfigured and placed in a drop-down list for one-click insertion. A whitepaper is available for download about the use of the widget insertion tool called 'Creating a Mashup with Bizyweb'.

Using the 'place' approach, only the designated places on the page are editable, thus preserving the look and feel of the page.

Place definition and content changes happen asynchronously, so that organizations can assign some users to create 'places' and others to add content to the 'places' in the multi-user version of the product. A whitepaper of organizational use cases is available for download on the site www.bizyweb.com.

President Sheryl Hamlin encourages developers to join BizyTeam and install the product for clients. There is a section at www.bizyweb.com explaining the developer program.

Please visit www.bizyinc.com for company information.



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