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SoftQuad Launches XMetaL Quick Start Program Enabling the Rapid Development and Deployment of XML-Based Content Applications

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April 20, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Toronto, Ontario, April 20, 2000 ? SoftQuad Software Ltd., an internationally recognized developer of XML-enabling technologies and commerce solutions for e-business, announced the launch of the XmetaL Quick Start Program, which allows companies to easily prototype, pilot or deploy an XMetaL content creation solution for XML-based e-publishing, e-commerce or knowledge management applications.

Because of the variety of possible content applications, the XMetaL Quick Start Program is tailored to each organization's needs and can be employed to both enhance existing content applications and develop new applications. After an initial consultation, SoftQuad designs a customized program that includes XMetaL user licenses and consultation services that focus on the specific areas that will drive the content application forward.

The cost of the XMetaL Quick Start Program is $10,000. XMetaL is an advanced XML authoring solution that delivers unprecedented ease of use to authors, while shielding them from the complexities of XML. A familiar word processor like environment makes XMetaL a broadly deployable solution that drastically reduces training and implementation costs.

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