SAVE THE DATE! KMWORLD 2019 in Washington DC NOVEMBER 5 - 7, 2019


Dateline: August 8, 1997

Interleaf (Waltham, MA, reports Q1 '98 financial results: net profit of $.4 million compares with $3.8 million in losses in Q1 '97; revenues of $12.8 million compare with $19.1 million in Q1 '97

Inference (Novato, CA, introduces the Knowledge Management Solutions bundle of products, training and support services for the enterprise, Internet and Intranet

Siemens ElectroCom (Arlington, TX, signs Optical Laser (Huntington Beach, CA,, New Wave Technologies (Gaithersburg, MD, and Nissho Electronics (Irvine, CA) to distribute its IntelliScan scanner product line

GTX (Phoenix, AZ, licenses its GTXImage CAD raster editing and conversion software for use with Colortrac's (Cambridgeshire, UK, Scan Manager CREaTE Tools large format scanning products

Macola (Marion, OH, unveils the Progression Series EDI Version 3.0 Windows-based electronic data transfer software solution

Imnet (Atlanta, GA, announces Q4 and YE '97 financial results: Q4 '97 revenues up 36% from Q4 '96, YE revenues up 71%; Q4 '97 net income of $3.3 million down $100,000 from Q4 '96, YE net income of $9.6 million up from $4.3 million in '96

Wang (Billerica, MA, selected as part of Lucent Technology's (Maitland, FL, ViViD Contract team to provide network integration and management services for the U.S. Navy

Wausau Financial Systems (Mosinee, WI, acquires SoftCHEC (Kirkland, WA,; check processing software company to give Wausau expertise in Unisys product and support

SunGard Data Systems (Wayne, PA, acquires record management software provider Med Data Systems (Vista, CA

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