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Quick Takes: Are your tools in order?

Beth Quimby, News Editor

Sussex Systems creates Web software tool for Lotus Domino

Sussex Systems, a software services and consulting company in Gaithersburg, Md., has released its Q2-2001 Advanced Examples, a Web software development and training tool for Lotus Notes and Domino. It includes a new application template, Extreme Sametime, and extensive documentation on the integration of Lotus Domino and Lotus Sametime.

www.sussex.com

Lotus LearningSpace Content Partner Program set

IBM Mindspan Solutions, Somers, N.Y., has started a new program to give business partners three tools to help them develop and market e-learning content and create new content using the Lotus LearningSpace platform. Called the Lotus LearningSpace Content Partner Program, it is aimed at providing an inexpensive marketing venue, software licensing discounts and in-depth developer support.www.ibm.com/mindspan

BinaryTree.com announces CMT for iNotes

BinaryTree.com, Red Wing, Minn., has released its CMT for iNotes. It allows organizations to migrate their users? data without any end-user Interaction. The server-to-server migration tool migrates the data from the Exchange servers to a single iSeries running Domino.

www.binarytree.com

Stampede names new vice president

Stampede Technologies Inc., a Dayton, Ohio, company that develops accelerator software for Lotus Notes and Domino businesses, has named Denis Clark its new senior vice president of marketing and business development. Clark will be responsible for driving the strategic planning of Stampede's products and partnerships and leading the company into new markets.

www.stampede.com

TOPCALL offers Lotus plus ONE

TOPCALL, a unified communications company in Vienna, Austria, is offering its Lotus plus ONE to companies that want to turn their Lotus messaging and business applications into unified communications. Plus ONE allows customers to integrate any business application, such as SAP or Siebel, with TOPCALL and get the Lotus Notes Link at no charge.

Beth Quimby, news editor

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