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Day: September 1, 1999

New Document Management Software from Kruse

Kruse, Inc. is now shipping kWise, new document management software designed to address the need for a more affordable and rapidly-implemented solution for today’s increasingly fast-paced businesses. The product enables individuals with average PC skills to rapidly organize and share all their project and product related documents. kWise is a software solution incorporating advanced file viewers for more than 200 document formats including CAD engineering drawings, computer graphics, spreadsheet, text documents and video — combined with document management capabilities not found in existing file viewer software suites. It was developed for Windows 95, 98 and NT 32-bit operating systems and is fully ODBC compliant. At the heart of the product’s interface is Kruse’s kWise NavTree navigational interface, an file tree concept that makes document management available to anyone with average PC skills. This interface was developed as an alternative to the multiple screens and complex protocols needed to locate and view files with traditional document management systems.

LivePage Unveils New Release of Content Management and Personalization 

LivePage Corporation today introduced Version 3.0 of LivePage Enterprise, designed to enable the delivery of Enterprise Information Portals which improve customer service and increase productivity by providing effective access to corporate information.New Features and Benefits of LivePage Enterprise 3.0 include: Enhanced XML Support – LivePage Enterprise 3.0 advances support for XML with a new implementation of XSL and improved integration with leading XML editors including ArborText Adept*Editor, Adobe FrameMaker+SGML, Microsoft Office 2000 and Corel WordPerfect Office 2000: Simplified Deployment of Personalized e-Business Solutions With new LDAP support and the LivePage Extensibility SDK, LivePage Enterprise 3.0 can leverage user profile information enabling dynamic content and site personalization based on the end-user; Text Searching in Word and PDF Documents – In addition to advanced XML, SGML and HTML content searching, LivePage Enterprise will allow for the indexing and searching of content stored in native Word and PDF documents. Matching search results are highlighted in the body of the document for enhanced end-user productivity. The beta version of LivePage Enterprise 3.0 is expected to be available within four weeks. General Availability of LivePage Enterprise 3.0 is expected in the fourth quarter of 1999. Pricing and packaging will be announced at that time.

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