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May 12, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:53pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Electronic forms automation company JetForm Corp, has pledged its support for Microsoft Corp’s Exchange 5.0 and Active Messaging with electronic forms workflow. The Ottawa, Canada-based company believes the joining of the two technologies is paving the way forward for web-based workflow using Active Messaging. JetForm believes it holds the key to creating a paperless office, and its support for the Microsoft application signals the company’s move towards electronic commerce and web related business. JetForm says the agreement is an important step for workflow messaging, especially for existing JetForm customers that use products such as JetForm WorkFlow 2.0, a message-based workflow engine and graphical process tool. It has recently been licensed to carry the Designed for Microsoft Back Office logo. JetForm’s Northern European managing director Ray Malendewicz says the two companies have been working together for some time and JetForm’s support signals a strengthening partnership. Malendewicz says the future looks extremely positive for JetForm as both the Internet and the intranet continue to gain momentum in the business sector. The company, he said, is apparently growing at a phenomenal rate of around 75% every year.

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