Without NT, intranet would be irate
At the Intranet Solutions Show in San Francisco, document management vendors confirm their allegiance to the NT platform. "The NT marketplace has been our fastest growing area at more than 40% every quarter," said Bill Wilson, VP of marketing for Data General (Westboro, MA).
3-D CAD gets Intense
The Siggraph '97 conference serves as the coming-out party for the next generation of 3-D graphics cards from Intergraph (Huntsville, AL).
Kodak in transition
Kodak may have concerns about the conflict between analog and digital approaches to imaging, but it strives to keep a balance in its Business Imaging Systems.
Web tool extends reach
FileNet, recognizing the growing importance of the Internet, releases its WebSeries software to make corporate documents accessible to authorized users via Web-based communications.
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The forms processing field gets smaller when TextWare (Park City, UT) and Symbus (Waltham, MA) merge to form FormWare.
SunRise acquired by Printrak
In more M&A activity, Printak International (Anaheim, CA) acquires microfilm conversion hardware maker SunRise Imaging (Fremont, CA).
From a whisper to a shout
IW profiles British workflow giant Staffware (Bedford, MA) and its more than 200,000 seats worldwide.
Study defines KM market
In its report on knowledge management, Delphi Consulting Group (Boston) addresses several key points of KM, including a definition: "Knowledge management ... refers to the practices and technologies that facilitate the efficient creation and exchange of knowledge on an organizationwide level to enhance the quality of decision making.