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Day: March 31, 1999

Input Software Forms Alliance with Eastman

Input Software, Inc. announced it has formed a strategic marketing alliance with Eastman Software. As part of this alliance, Input Software’s information capture software product, InputAccel is now integrated and available with the newest release of Eastman Software’s document image management product, Eastman Software Imaging for Windows NT 3.2 via the InputAccel/Export Module. InputAccel provides end-users with the ability to standardize on a single capture solution for converting and exporting hard copy documents such as paper, faxes, microfiche and electronic documents into compatible file formats that are stored in Eastman Software Imaging for Windows NT 3.2 common documents repository.,

IntraNet Solutions Appoints New CFO

IntraNet Solutions, Inc., announced the appointment of Gregg Waldon to the position of chief financial officer, treasurer and secretary reporting directly to chairman, chief executive officer and president, Robert Olson. Waldon will be responsible for all aspects of financial operations at IntraNet Solutions and will play a key role in strategic planning and expansion of the company’s software business. He will also join the board of directors replacing the departing CFO, Sjobeck. Previously Waldon was CFO for seven years at GalaGen, Inc. He brings over 14 years of financial management experience including seven years of experience with public accounting firms such as Price Waterhouse and Touche Ross & Co.

Microsoft Releases Office 2000 to Manufacturing

Development and testing of Office 2000 is complete and the suite has been released to manufacturing, according to Microsoft. The business software suite is scheduled to be available to volume license customers in April and to retail customers on June 10, 1999. Office 2000 adds extensive web functionality to business software applications, making it easy to use the web to publish and share information. Using any Office 2000 application, people can create documents and easily save them directly to a web server. They can also open Office documents from a web server and edit them with any Office application.

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