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Partnerships & Alliances

LexisNexis &

LexisNexis Group and iPhrase Technologies Inc. have agreed to integrate iPhrase's One Step natural language interface into LexisNexis' Advertising Red Books and Directory of Corporate Affiliations.

LexisNexis has also allied with CARMA International Inc. to deliver a new Web-based tool for monitoring and evaluating media coverage. Finally, LexisNexis and Solution 6 Group will offer three CMS OPEN Gadgets for the LexisNexis research portal, giving attorneys access to CMS OPEN's time and billing data. ("Gadgets" are plug-in modules that embed components of diverse applications into a personalized portal page.)

Reader Response no. 261.

iManage &

IManage Inc. and Janis Group Inc. have agreed that JGI will sell and implement the iManage WorkSite application suite and other iManage products to JGI's Fortune 1000 customers in the communications and healthcare industries.

Reader Response no. 263.

West Group &

West Group and NextPage Inc. have partnered to allow NextPage users to retrieve and display Westlaw content and services within the NextPage framework and associated Web-based applications, the companies have announced.

Reader Response no. 262.

Citrix Systems &

Citrix Systems Inc. has partnered with Interface Software Inc. to develop a "content delivery agent," a Web-based application that snaps into a user's Citrix XPS portal integrating the InterAction relationship intelligence application and Citrix XPS.

Reader Response no. 264.

John Wiley & Sons &

John Wiley & Sons Inc. and EBSCO Online Subscription Services have reached as agreement to link EBSCO Online to more than 300 scientific, technical, medical and professional journals available online through the Wiley's site.

Reader Response no. 265.

Dantz &

Dantz Development Corp. and the ASCII Group Inc. have established a marketing partnership. The agreement gives ASCII Group members "V.I.P." access to Dantz's channel sales and technical support staff, while Dantz will have exclusive marketing opportunities and preferred product placement with participating companies.

Reader Response no. 266.

Kodak &

Eastman Kodak Co.'s document imaging division has agreed to form a marketing partnership with DocuCom Imaging Solutions Inc., a Canadian provider of document imaging hardware, software and services.

Reader Response no. 267.


DealPlanner Inc., a financial and legal services software development company specializing in products that manage sophisticated finance transactions, has acquired the assets and intellectual property of AchieveOne, a provider of automation software, in an all-stock transaction.

Reader Response no. 269.


PowerBrief Inc., provider of Web-based case management, including document and discovery management, has voluntarily filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.

Reader Response no. 270.

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