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Alumni Computer Group Inc. has released PCLaw 5.51, time billing, accounting, and calendaring software for Windows.

The update features a bi-directional link with Microsoft Outlook's Calendar, enabling users to record appointments in either application, and have them automatically transferred to the other.

The new link works with Outlook 97/98/2000.

Information: Reader Response no. 289.

Acenza Payables

FileNET Corp. has introduced its accounts payable system, Acenza Payables. It captures invoices presented in paper, fax, electronic or Web form, files them securely, and routes them for data entry and approval automatically.

With Acenza's Web interface, status checks and payment approvals can be linked across an organization, and also extended to a firm's business partners.

Information: Reader Response no. 290.

Mobius &

Mobius Management Systems Inc. has allied with Princeton eCom Corp. to deliver an electronic bill presentment and payment system.

Bills and statements stored in Mobius's ViewDirect content server can be presented with Mobius's Click-n-Done software and paid using Princeton eCom's payment services.

Information: Reader Response no. 291.

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