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From: AMJ Cornellier
To: Wilcox, John (Contractor)
Subject: RE: Document Management Tools
Date: Friday, April 25, 1997 11:38AM
Perhaps you could share with us why Weyerhaeuser adopted Saros (and not
I don't know the decision-making process, but I know that one factor is
that Saros has been around (in Bellevue, WA) for quite a few years and
they appear to be an (if not the) industry leader in enterprise document
management. I did respond to the announcement of the standard, because
they said another factor was that Saros Mezzanine (that's the product
name) required NT as the server platform -- I noted that it also runs on
NetWare, OS/2, and UNIX servers.