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FileNET Corp., of Costa Mesa, Calif., has introduced Acenza Payables 2.0, a Web-based content management application that streamlines the accounts payables approval process.

Invoices presented in paper, fax, electronic or Web form are captured electronically, filed securely, and routed for data entry and approval automatically. The software's Web browser interface allows status checks and payment approvals to be shared across a company, and with external parties.

Reader Response no. 281.

PensEra Knowledge Tech-nologies Inc, of Montreal, announces TimeKM 1.2 International Edition, browser-based time tracking and knowledge management software. Version 1.2 adds the ability to operate TimeKM in multiple languages within the same office, and display the language preference of the client and matter, so each user knows the right language to use when recording billable time charges.

Reader Response no. 282.

Stromberg L.L.C., of Lake Mary, Fla., announces Stromberg Time Manager -- Enterprise/Corporate Edition 1.4. The time and attendance software incorporates a suite of employee file maintenance utilities.

Remote managers can now add new hires and modify existing employee files as they would in a client / server environment.

Reader Response no. 283.

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