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Content: Call for Comment, ADLIB Information Systems, February 2001:
DELOUIS, D. (2001) "Online Museums: from Research to Innovation, from RAMA to
OpenHeritage", Cultivate Interactive, Issue 3, January 2001:
EContent Digital Content Strategies and Resources: ASP resource page:
Fast Translator supporting B2B-ASP applications project (FASP):
FINHOLT,T. (2003) "An Introduction to Application Service Providers" in
DigiCULT.Info Issue 5 (October 2003):
Information Technology Association of America: ASP SLA Resources:
ISP Market (2003) "Taking the Pulse of Internet Service Provider Industry: Evolutions
and Revolutions driving the ISP Business in 2003":
JOYCE, E. (2003) "Open eBook Promotes New XML Spec":
The Librarian's Yellow Pages:
Network World Fusion: ASPs:
PAUL L.G. (2000) "The ASP Phenomenon", Network World:
SCALI, G. et al (2001) "OpenHeritage: Enabling the European Culture Economy",
Cultivate Interactive, Issue 5, October 2001:
WEINSTEIN, B. (2003) "ASPs Grab a Piece of CRM Market", ASP Street, April 2003:,show/l,pv/sid,25/id,18541
xSP Prime: The Service Provider Industry Network:
ASP Vendors
While there are thousands of companies offering some kind of ASP service, it is essen-
tial to match an organisation's needs to the niche market for which the ASP caters.These
are some popular ASP's in the cultural heritage sector:
3M Library Systems:
Auto-Graphics, Inc. (AUGR):
Cyber Tools for Libraries:
Eos International:
IONA - Vendors of the Orbix E2A Application Server Platform:
LibraryCom - A division of CASPR Library Systems:
Summit Strategies:
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