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DocuLex, of Winter Haven, Fla., says the latest upgrade of its namesake document imaging software includes a number of improvements to its "capture and control" features.

It also has upgraded its file conversion abilities and its OCR engine.

Information: Reader Response no. 288.

MC2 Publishing has published Designing a Document Strategy: A Process to Follow, by Kevin Craine. Targeted at managers, technicians and consultants at large organizations, it describes a five-stage document strategy.

Craine is the editor of Document Processing Technology magazine.

Information: Reader Response no. 289.

The Infortext Group says its PartnerJET 2.75 print tracking software integrates with document management systems from Hummingbird Communications Ltd. and iManage Inc.

PartnerJET tracks disbursement activities associated with a specific document; and uses billing validation information.

Information: Reader Response no. 290.

KwikTag, from ImageTag Inc. helps users file paper documents over the Internet. It saves standard image files (PDF or TIF format), allowing them to be printed, faxed, or e-mailed.

Information: Reader Response no. 291.

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