New DB/D TextWorks and Publisher PRO from Inmagic

February 2005
Multimedia Information & Technology;Feb2005, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports the release of Inmagic Inc.'s Version 8 of DB/TextWorks and DB/Text WebPublisher PRO in Great Britain and Ireland, which make available a significant set of new features and functionality for the management of information across the Web. V8 is designed specifically to enable the small-to-medium sized library/information center or department user to create and deploy databases for the web quickly and easily, with full text retrieval and web editing.


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