SIRSI's InfoBASE and VIZION to be Distributed by Dataware

May 1996
Information Today;May1996, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p61
Trade Publication
The article reports that SIRSI Corp. and Dataware Technologies Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, have announced an agreement for Dataware to market and distribute SIRSI's InfoBASE for BRS/Search and VIZION, SIRSI's Z39.50 client for Windows. SIRS1's InfoBASE provides Dataware customers with a powerful Z39.50 version 2.0 or 3.0 server. Jim Young, SIRSI's chairman and CEO, said that the availability of information in an industry standard format is mission critical to any organization supplying data for research or other purposes.


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