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Seagate Software Opens up Business Intelligence Playing Field to Small Companies

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August 4, 1999
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Scotts Valley, Calif., Aug. 4, 1999 - Seagate Software announced new markets are opening up for its business intelligence software through its "free software" initiative launched on June 15, 1999. Thousands of companies have taken advantage of this initiative, which introduces organizations of all sizes to the benefits of making better informed business decisions by using business intelligence software. The free software includes Seagate Analysis and Seagate Info.

"This initiative has really opened up the playing field to allow companies of all sizes to try our software," said Tony Wind, vice president of product management at Seagate Software. "Many small shops find it difficult to evaluate and deploy new technology because of financial constraints. The overwhelming response from this group proves that this initiative is helping companies of all sizes and in many different industries to discover the value of business intelligence."

Seagate Analysis and the 50-user license copy of Seagate Info 7 are available free of charge from Seagate Software. To receive a free CD or download the software, visit For corporate information, visit

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