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Short Take: Renaissance rents out groupware app

IT services firm Renaissance Worldwide is renting an extranet application for knowledge management that is being hosted by GTE Internetworking. KnowledgeNexus lets companies create secure interactive workspaces to share documents and capture, publish, and maintain corporate knowledge from several organizations. The application runs on GTE's Knowledge Re@ch application framework. Charges are a one-time $75,000 set-up fee, customization charges plus monthly charges of $6,000 and up.

IT services firm Renaissance Worldwide is renting an extranet application for knowledge management that is being hosted by GTE Internetworking. KnowledgeNexus lets companies create secure interactive workspaces to share documents and capture, publish, and maintain corporate knowledge from several organizations. The application runs on GTE's Knowledge Re@ch application framework. Charges are a one-time $75,000 set-up fee, customization charges plus monthly charges of $6,000 and up.