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Short Take: E-signature company signs deal with IBM

Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC) announced Monday it signed a license agreement with IBM to become the exclusive provider of electronic signature software and handwriting recognition products for IBM ThinkPad laptops and the IBM WorkPad, a handheld device that uses the Palm operating system. Redwood Shores, Calif.-based CIC's products include multilingual handwriting-recognition systems, biometric signature verification and operating system extensions that allow for pen input. Ericsson, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, National Semiconductor and Symbian have also licensed the company's technology.

Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC) announced Monday it signed a license agreement with IBM to become the exclusive provider of electronic signature software and handwriting recognition products for IBM ThinkPad laptops and the IBM WorkPad, a handheld device that uses the Palm operating system. Redwood Shores, Calif.-based CIC's products include multilingual handwriting-recognition systems, biometric signature verification and operating system extensions that allow for pen input. Ericsson, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, National Semiconductor and Symbian have also licensed the company's technology.