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An imaging powerhouse looks to capitalize on SCS' data input/capture expertise. Posted July 09, 1998

Two industry leaders hunker down to deliver programs and products based on their respective technologies. Posted July 09, 1998

For Michelin's supply chain, the eMedia suite is where the rubber meets the road. Posted July 07, 1998

The Easyread monitors are designed specifically to reduce eyestrain and boost reading productivity. Posted July 02, 1998

New tools from One Meaning help users discover the information about their information. Posted July 02, 1998

FileNet's Despard to take customer focus Posted July 01, 1998

Taylor to focus on PC DOCS market share Posted July 01, 1998

New sales exec joins FormWare Posted July 01, 1998

New systems for automating firearms registry and case management will save time and money. Posted June 26, 1998

In a joint press conference, Lotus and IBM become the first major IT vendors to publicly align their product strategies with KM. Posted June 24, 1998

The imaging component manufacturer matches fiscal '97 revenue in the first three months of '98. Posted June 24, 1998

Among other restructuring moves, Xionics puts its Digital Documents Products Division up for sale. Posted June 23, 1998

Novation bends the EDMS rules with JavaBeans and ActiveX architecture. Posted June 23, 1998

Jetform opens new doors by OEMing its products to three banking software providers. Posted June 23, 1998

Anacomp will keep a microfilm business unit, and sell two other units to third parties. Posted June 23, 1998

Top Image Systems breaks into the North American market, and dakota adds NT capabilities to its product line. Posted June 23, 1998

French consultancy NewTech Consulting will lead Delphi's charge into the European market. Posted June 22, 1998

Corebridge Technologies and On-Site Solutions give Judge a bigger West Coast presence. Posted June 22, 1998

CEOs really do care about IT initiatives, according to a new survey. Posted June 22, 1998

The service bureau's new imaging system will process forms for the state of Maine. Posted June 19, 1998

Disclosure will convert the SEC's electronic filings, and provide users with online access. Posted June 19, 1998

Cygnet purchases Elms' Panorama jukebox management software and DVL CD library technology. Posted June 19, 1998

Staffware buddies with the second document management player in as many weeks. Posted June 18, 1998

Sales climb, net losses shrink, and non-core business ventures head out the door. Posted June 18, 1998

The ScanPartner 15C offers workgroup-level imaging for under $1,000. Posted June 18, 1998

The newest version of ForReview offers checking and browser-less access to the 'Net. Posted June 18, 1998

The company's Enterprise @nswer System improves employee performance with a "just-in-time" coaching system. Posted June 17, 1998

Imaging and data capture guru Tony McKinley will head up Innodata's new Professional Services Group. Posted June 17, 1998

Verity's search engine will be included in Documentum's EDMS system at least until the year 2001. Posted June 17, 1998

Smart Storage and SMS Data Products are working together to store E-mail in compliance with federal regulations. Posted June 16, 1998

Primus' problem resolution software brings knowledge management to Marcam's tech support workers and its customers. Posted June 16, 1998

Optika looks to further promote its flagship eMedia suite with a new distribution program. Posted June 16, 1998

BancTec joins the Microsoft/First Data systems integrator program to tighten its E-commerce embrace. Posted June 16, 1998

The new initiative is dedicated exclusively to the development and delivery of Internet software. Posted June 15, 1998

The City of Brotherly Love embraces a scanning system to process tax returns and payments. Posted June 15, 1998

The companies will jointly market Staffware's workflow and Macrosoft's information management technology. Posted June 15, 1998

While some may be leery of Asia Pacific investments, IMR is preparing to enter new waters. Posted June 15, 1998

The beat goes on at Pinnacle Micro despite its recent financial problems. Posted June 15, 1998

BancTec's Readfirst recognition system can help increase recognition rates and reduce error rates. Posted June 15, 1998

Buckman Laboratories, KPMG Peat Marwick, and Platinum Technology get the nod for their knowledge management efforts. Posted June 15, 1998

WR says that the TRIM records management system towers above other well-known industry apps. Posted June 12, 1998

The new company, formed by Concentra's management team, will approach KM from the manufacturing angle. Posted June 12, 1998

A new agreement combines data mining and decision support with CRM. Posted June 11, 1998

Isoquest's NetOwl adds the ability to search for proper names in unstructured text. Posted June 11, 1998

A new imaging system will replace BancOne's existing electronic and paper-based systems. Posted June 11, 1998

Hard numbers in hand, Delphi predicts triple digit growth for the market as a whole in 1998. Posted June 11, 1998

Tyler Corporation's new Kofile subsidiary gets Kodak BIS' line of document management products, deemed non-core business. Posted June 10, 1998

The Risk Manager allows users to analyze and monitor development risks and uncertainties. Posted June 10, 1998

The $8 million gives a cash infusion to the E-commerce provider's knowledge resource products. Posted June 10, 1998

Beleaguered Altris Software takes another hit by being delisted from the Nasdaq stock market. Posted June 10, 1998
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