Ives Development nixes name, now called Teamstudio
Ives Development, the Beverly-Mass.-based firm known for its software engineering tools for Domino developers, is changing its name to Teamstudio. The main motivator for the switch was to clear up confusion customers often had with the company name and the name of its main product suite, Teamstudio Design System. The company will no longer use the Ives Development name or logo, and will begin incorporating the Teamstudio name into its marketing materials and Web site.
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Granite Software releases Domino-based reporting tool
Granite Software Inc. in Milford, Mass., has released ReportLogic 1.0, a Notes and Domino-based reporting tool. ReportLogic lets users present live corporate data in Web reports or via Notes clients. It also allows for enterprise collaboration by enabling workers to share disparate data in an easy-to-understand format, the company said.
With ReportLogic, report designers can merge data from multiple databases, sort data according to their preference and generate totals and subtotals for categories of data. Pricing begins at $795 for a report designer license.
Peoplestreet makes available self-updating electronic business cards for Notes
Cambridge, Mass.-based Peoplestreet, a personalized relationship marketing firm, has made available its LiveCard Companion for Lotus Notes. LiveCards are self-updating electronic business cards.
The tool lets Lotus Notes 4.6 and R5 users incorporate Peoplestreet LiveCard Services into their daily workflow. In email, the LiveCard Companion will notify users when they receive a new LiveCard and they can integrate the LiveCard as their default e-mail signature. In the address book, the LiveCard Companion will add new LiveCards received to the user's address book and update the address book when changes occur to those LiveCards. The LiveCard Companion is available for free from the Peoplestreet Web site.
MobileQ launches messaging and personal information management system
MobileQ, a Short Hills, N.J.-headquartered developer of mobile software, has launched a customizable messaging and personal information management system for mobile information portals (MIPs). Called LinkScape, the software provides corporations with secure, multi-tiered mobility offerings for managing day-to-day e-mail and business applications -- such as calendar, contacts, and tasks -- and other corporate back-end software. LinkScape works with any language and on any mobile or wired Internet device.
The software supports major messaging and personal information management (PIM) platforms, including Lotus Domino R4.6 on all Lotus Notes platforms and Microsoft Exchange 5.5 on Windows NT/2000.
iAnywhere offers new handheld for Notes access
Emeryville, Calif.-based iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a mobile and wireless subsidiary of Sybase, has introduced a new handheld device for enabling access to enterprise e-mail, calendar and contacts from Notes and Microsoft Exchange. The product, iAnywhere Mobile Mail, allows mobile workers to easily access and respond to their e-mail and professional productivity information from a variety of wireless devices. It features server-based synchronization via wireless, dial-up or cradle to a variety of handheld devices running Palm, Windows CE, Pocket PC or EPOC operating systems.
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