Portsmouth, N.H.--How do you put Internet business in the hands of the business manager? Bowstreet Software, Portsmouth, N.H., released Monday software that makes use of Directory Services Markup Language to turn the trick. Called Bowstreet Web Automation Factory, the software allows manufacturers and distributors to deliver customized product codes, pricing and data sheets to resellers without requiring information technology departments to do the coding. Already in use by companies such as Federal Express Corp., IBM Corp. and Merrill Lynch & Co., the software is priced at $250,000. Next year, Bowstreet plans to add a service component, where companies can create DSML-based applications for use on custom business sites, Bowstreet said.