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Short Take: Lotus ships Domino.Doc

IBM subsidiary Lotus Development will roll out the next version of its document management package, Domino.Doc 2.0 in June, the company said today. Prices start at $9,500 for one to four servers and $19 per client and at $12,500 for an enterprise wide application. Sitting on top of the Domino architecture, Domino.Doc allows companies to capture, file, retrieve, and distribute documents via the Internet using desktop applications, Web browsers or Lotus Notes clients.

IBM subsidiary Lotus Development will roll out the next version of its document management package, Domino.Doc 2.0 in June, the company said today. Prices start at $9,500 for one to four servers and $19 per client and at $12,500 for an enterprise wide application. Sitting on top of the Domino architecture, Domino.Doc allows companies to capture, file, retrieve, and distribute documents via the Internet using desktop applications, Web browsers or Lotus Notes clients.