Anasoftware releases King Solomon Web 1.0
Anasoftware announced the release of King Solomon Web 1.0, a software tool that enables publishing of a knowledge base (KB) on the Web.
KSW is a Windows application (Vista, XP) that does two things:
- It creates the KB structures – hierarchy & index – on an existing or a newWeb, in a separate frame, for permanent availability to visitors. Users need not to write any code, work is drag and drop.
- It updates the KB structures whenever users update the Web site. Most tasks have been automated – but when users need to change the hierarchy or the index manually, that’s again drag and drop.
In short, KSW creates the framework and the KB structures for a Web site – plus it maintains them with every site editing session. Integrated KB search is scheduled for an upcoming release soon, as a free upgrade.
Blumentals Software provides screensaver development software
Blumentals Software announced the release and immediate availability of Screensaver Factory 4.5 – a version of screensaver development software that enables users to create screensavers.
Screensavers can be made from any set of images, video files and Flash (SWF) animation clips. Background music can be added and it is possible to select from over 100 picture transition effects and other options. Screensaver Factory allows creating feature and time limited trial version screensavers which can be unlocked by entering a registration key. Screensaver Factory also includes special features for creating promotional and marketing screensavers with embedded company logo, banners and links to Web sites.
Screensaver Factory 4 is fully compatible with Windows 98, Me, 2000, 2003, XP and Vista. Screensaver Factory is available in Standard, Professional and Enterprise editions. A free trial of Screensaver Factory is available immediately at www.blumentals.net. Pricing varies from US$39.85 to US$79.85. Upgrade pricing is available for existing customers.
Brainware extends IDC-distiller’s capabilities
Brainware Inc. announced the release of Version 4.0 of its Intelligent Data Capture (IDC) and document processing solution, IDC-distiller.
In this major upgrade, Brainware has extended IDC-distiller’s capabilities through integrations with a variety of applications used for optical character recognition (OCR), image and document processing, and project customization. Other upgrades include the ability to process multiple document types within a project, and to recognize non-Western character sets such as Greek, Cyrillic (e.g., Polish, Russian) and many others.
IDC-distiller 4.0 also includes verification control mechanisms for enhanced document exception handling; page counter tools enabling management reporting and pricing models; exchange connector capabilities allowing intelligent capture and processing of e-mails and their attachments; and many more features.
IDC-distiller 4.0 supports ABBYY’s FineReader Engine 8 for OCR; Accusoft ImageGear to process image documents and WinWrap Basic for project customization.
IDC-distiller 4.0 is now available. The features described herein are also available in IDC-distiller’s variants addressing Accounts Payable (A/P-distiller) and Order-to-Cash (OTC-distiller).