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March 10, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Wholly-owned Fortune Systems Corp subsidiary Tigera Corp is joining the OEM Unix office automation software fray, and the Belmont, California company has announced its first offering in the shape of Word Era, an enhanced version of Fortune:Word, and Tigera describes it as a feature-bich, high-performance word processing program with Wang-compatible interface, supporting windows and both voice recognition and voice annotation, for multi-user systems. Tigera was formed in June last year and took exclusive rights to Fortune’s proprietary office software. It has already signed Convergent Technologies, and Pyramid Technology Corp. Available in the current quarter, multi-user Word Era starts at $895, and there are aggressive volume discounts.

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