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This article appears in the issue May 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 6]

AN AGREEMENT has been signed between Filemark ( and KOM ( Filemark will use KOM's optical jukebox management software, OptiStorm NT and OptiServer Unix in its information archival, retrieval and distribution solutions.

KOM is at Booth #2538.

INTRANET DOCUMENT IMAGING company Imagination Software ( has announced that it is teaming with Xerox ( to promote the widespread adoption of the TWAIN standard. Imagination has developed a demo of a plug-and-play Active X-based component for the standard, which seeks to facilitate communications between software applications and image acquisition devices including high-speed scanners, digital cameras and copiers.

"Teaming with a blue-chip company like Xerox adds substantial credibility and viability to this initiative, and will help drive support across the imaging industry," said Larry Klein, president and CEO of Imagination.

Imagination is at Booth #2393 and Xerox is at Booth #1129. AIIM attendees can see TWAIN in action at the Standards at Work Pavilion.

TAKING THE LEAD at the Association for Information and Image Management International's ( newly formed Banking/Finance Member Council is Albert Ray Edwards Jr., principal and senior consultant of Lighthouse Consulting ( As an industry vertical market interest group, the member council will act as an information conduit between AIIM and the banking industry. Edwards, also a contributing editor for KMWorld, will act as the key spokesperson and steer the council's strategy. Edwards will be available at the KMWorld Knowledge Management Resource Center, Booth #1874.

AT AIIM, Kofax Image Products ( and Eastman Kodak Business Systems ( will announce a product development agreement. Kofax will develop and produce production document imaging products utilizing Kodak's Adaptive Threshold Processing (ATP) technology.

Eastman Kodak is at Booth #101, and Kofax is at Booth #1066

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