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May 6, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:47pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Melbourne, Australia-based internet tools provider Sausage Software Ltd says it has developed a Java-based system for pay-per-view protection, delivery and sales of intellectual property over the web. The company bills its new product, eVend, as a complete electronic commerce package with data protection, encrypted credit card transactions, online purchasing and automatic order fulfillment. According to the company, eVend can handle transactions from one cent upwards. The product, available now, is priced on a sliding scale. Smaller developers can buy the product for about $200 and pay a 30% commission for all sales processed, while larger ventures can pay more up front and fork over commissions in the single digits.

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