Boomerang Software announced the Internet/Intranet Design Shop. The program integrates a WYSIWYG HTML document processor, graphics editor, photo editor, business graphics and presentation creator, a clip art manager and a calendar generator. A free trial version is available for downloading from the company's web site at http://www.mosaiccom.com/.
Contact: Boomerang Software, Phone: 617-489-3000, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.boomerangsoftware.com/.
Raima Corporation announced it is now offering Velocis Database Server. Velocis is a client/server database management system for the Linux operating system. Velocis supports multiple database models. Velocis offers SQL C-API so developers and end users can use an industry standard interface for manipulating and controlling the database. It also enables developers to partition their applications using Server Extensions, which allow application code to be hosted directly against the database server.
Contact: Raima Corporation, 4800 Columbia Center, 701 Fifth Ave., Seattle WA 98104, Phone: 800-327-2462, 206-515-9477, Fax: 206-748-5200,URL: http://www.raima.com/.
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