Object Design, Inc. announced that Justin J. Perreault has been named the company’s new president and chief executive officer. Perreault, who had previously been the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, succeeds Robert N. Goldman, who will continue to serve as the company’s chairman of the board. Perreault joined Object Design as executive vice president and chief operating officer in November 1995. Prior to that time, he was a vice president with Harvard Management Company, where he made a number of venture investments in successful technology companies, and a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, Inc. www.objectdesign.com
Cascade Systems, Inc. announced that Robert Angelo is appointed as President and CEO effective January 1st, 1999. Prior to Cascade, Angelo was Founder, CEO and Chairman of SystemSoft Corp.Previously Angelo was at Phoenix Technologies and Cullinet Software. Malcolm McGrory, who was CEO will become Vice-Chairman and Executive VP. www.cascadenet.com
INSCI Corp. announced that it has entered into an agreement with Fuji Xerox Singapore to market and sell INSCI software products and services throughout Singapore. This agreement is an extension of the original agreement between INSCI and Fuji Xerox, in which Fuji Xerox acts as a reseller of INSCI software products in several other Asian countries. According to the announcement by INSCI Chairman and Chief Executive Officer E. Ted Prince, Ph.D., Fuji Xerox will focus its sales and marketing efforts on customers who need to view production print documents online and on Internet Web sites, which is becoming a rapidly increasing customer requirement. http://www.insci.com.
BroadVision, Inc. announced the immediate availability of two new versions of BroadVision One-To-One applications, One-To-One Commerce Version 4 and One-To-One Financial Version 4, and a new Web publishing tool, BroadVision One-To-One Publishing Center. All products shipped on December 31, 1998. www.broadvision.com
Texcel International today announced the availability of the latest release of the Texcel Information Manager (IM) Web Application. The IM Web Application allows widely distributed groups of authors, reviewers and other knowledge workers to fully collaborate in the information lifecycle by enabling them to access and manipulate the contents of remote document repositories over the World Wide Web. This latest release of Information Manager’s Web-based client offers new capabilities, including the ability to check documents and other content in and out of a repository, and to author and update information from a remote site using the Web. Content can be created or edited using any tool available to the remote contributor. Check-in/check-out and remote editing extend the IM Web Application’s capabilities beyond the set of functions provided in the previous version released in September 1998. www.texcel.no.