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March 26, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

Interleaf Inc, Waltham, Massachusetts plans to add a new $25,000 BusinessWeb module to its Intellecte document management suite in April, enabling users to view documents across the Web in their original form rather than having them converted to HyperText MarkUp Language, HTML, posted and then constantly updated. Interleaf sees corporate Intranet users as key customers for the module. Users can access and view documents in any word processing package, Adobe Acrobat, PowerPoint, spreadsheets, PostScript, ASCII and any graphics format. Intellecte and BusinessWeb are built on Interleaf Inc’s Liaison application programming interface framework and they are both claimed to be compatible with the forthcoming Document Management Alliance specification.

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