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Day: February 2, 1999

Bitstream launches Pageflex subsidiary

Bitstream Inc. announced the formation of a new, wholly owned subsidiary, PageFlex Inc., whose exclusive mission will be to develop, market, and support on-demand publishing software and related technology. On-demand publishing is the ability to dynamically generate business collateral, reports, and other kinds of documents directly from XML-formatted text and graphics data, and personalizing them on the fly for a particular customer. In particular, PageFlex Inc. will focus its sales and marketing efforts on two products: PageFlex, an XML-based publishing application that enables the fully automatic production of customized documents, and NuDoc, an XML-based composition engine, which serves as PageFlex’s underlying formatting engine. The current officers and directors of Bitstream Inc. will serve as officers and directors of PageFlex Inc. www.bitstream.com

Interleaf announces Interleaf 7

Interleaf, Inc. announced the availability of Interleaf 7 (I7). This next-generation e-Content publishing solution enables workgroups in either Microsoft Windows or UNIX environments to author and publish complex documents to all current Web and e-Content formats – HTML, XML, SGML or PDF. I7 provides Interleaf’s installed base of 2 million users with a new way to publish complex Web documents by eliminating the need to tie content creation to the publishing format. www.interleaf.com

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