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Inmagic Announces Release of Inmagic.NET

Inmagic, Inc. (http://www.inmagic.com), a developer of knowledge management and special library software, has announced the release of Inmagic.NET, a new extension of DB/TextWorks, its core text-based information management product, and soon to be an extension of its second major product, BiblioTech PRO. Inmagic.NET allows information professionals to speed acquisitions work flow by purchasing, cataloging, indexing, and disseminating information throughout an organization via a seamless, Net-connected environment.

Inmagic.NET's current version allows information professionals to order actual books directly from Baker & Taylor, barnesandnoble.com, Fatbrain.com, and a growing list of other information vendors. Purchases are enabled through a Web link to these vendors placed directly in DB/TextWorks. Those who order through Baker & Taylor have the ability to request that the company download core bibliographic data to Inmagic's servers, where it can be imported directly into the customer's DB/TextWorks database. From there, bibliographic data can be edited by the customer to meet individual preferences and needs.

Inmagic.NET uses XML technology to allow electronic tagging of information, much like a Web page is tagged. Tagged information, such as core bibliographic records or financial data related to a transaction, can be downloaded in the format preferred by the customer, enabling the speedy updating of DB/TextWorks files.

Future plans include increasing the number of Inmagic.NET information vendors in North America and globally, as well as aggressively expanding beyond books to include online acquisition of such e-information resources as serials, journals, news feeds, and other types of e-publications. For more information, visit http://www.inmagic.com/inmagicnet.htm.

Source: Inmagic, Inc.



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