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March 25, 1996

UNIPLEX DELIVERS ONGO DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE UPDATE, BOASTS FUNCTIONAL SUPERIORITY OVER RIVALS

By CBR Staff Writer

Now headquartered in San Mateo, California, Uniplex Software Inc is introducing version 2.0 of its OnGo Document Management System, claiming that the software is functionally more advanced than other Unix offerings from Documentum Inc and Saros Corp, providing active information management in the areas of information state notification, intelligent information filtering and dynamic information collation by interest threads. Version 1.0 of the product has been out at a limited number of (non-US) OnGo Office sites for about a year. Document Management System is written in C++ and supports Microsoft Object Linking & Embedding – it is also an OLE automation server – and the Open Document Management application programming interface. It is based on technology from its acquisition of Boss Logic a few years ago, although it is substantially re-written. It uses HP OpenMail or any extended MAPI Microsoft Messaging Application Interface, and includes a Windows95 Explorer-style Visual Library Navigator. Document Management System 2.0 is integrated with the company’s OnGo Office server-based directory services, electronic mail, diary and task management workgroup software. Prices start at $650 per user under IBM Corp, Data General Corp, Hewlett-Packard Co, Sun Microsystems Inc and Santa Cruz Operation Inc Unixes, and NT, with support for Windows and NT clients over TCP/IP. A Document Management System tool kit is available for developers. The company says technologies such as OpenDoc simply aren’t of interest to its users yet. The CP Software Group-owned firm is preparing a Web-Internet strategy. A 2.1 maintenance release of OnGo Office is now available with an enhanced Windows front-end.

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