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November 30, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

Viasoft Inc yesterday became the latest company to announce a quick fix solution to the Year 2000 problem, with the launch of version 3.0 of its OnMark 2000 software suite. The company says the software is designed to bring PCs and client/server networks into year 2000 compliance quickly, easily and confidently. The latest version features three new additions: OnMark WebCenter is designed to provide a central, web accessible, point of control for enterprise-wide year 2000 information, be it inventory, spreadsheet and database analysis, purchased application inventory or BIOS testing results. OnMark 2000 Workbench for Lotus Notes is an assessment tool that analyzes Notes databases, templates and applications for potential problems. OnMark 2000 for networks automates the discovery and inventory process for hardware devices such as routers, switches and hubs. It works by indentifying products with known problems. The company has also upgraded its existing product, OnMark 2000 Assess, to include a simpler user interface, easier wizards, ODBC database analysis and inventory cross checking of purchased applications for Y2K compliance. OnMark 2000 Assess and 2000 Workbench for Lotus are available now. OnMark webcenter will be generally available at the end of December.

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