For Immediate Release
June 9, 2002
Cartagio Research Server Debuts at SLA
Los Angeles, CA - Missiontrek today unveiled Cartagio Research Server, the latest addition to its Cartagio productivity suite. "With Cartagio, you can capture, organize and summarize research done anywhere on the Web. " said John Moetteli, founder & managing member. "Now, Cartagio Research Server makes it easy to broadcast this research to clients, colleagues and patrons anywhere in the world."
"Cartagio Research Server is a logical extension of our Cartagio authoring tools," said Kirk Fackre, Senior VP of Sales & Alliances. "Users logging on to CRS are presented with a logical, organized view of research materials. They can browse categories, follow links, and view or copy any documents you wish to share. They can take “research tours” you have designed for them, read your annotations and conclusions. They can even post questions or comments to project forums, and automatically receive answers via email as those questions are addressed."
"As usual, our clients are the driving force behind the rapid development of new Cartagio features," continued Fackre. "Cartagio Research Server owes much to the excellent advice and feedback we receive from clients and prospects on almost a daily basis. It's largely thanks to this collaboration that our development team can bring products from concept to completion in a staggeringly short time."
"Cartagio Research Server can be fully installed and deployed in a matter of minutes," according to Chief Technical Officer John Douglass. "Just try doing that with SharePoint, WebSphere, or Lotus Notes!"
SLA attendees can see Cartagio Research Server in action this week at the Missiontrek booth (#1404). Live demonstrations are also scheduled on June 10th, at 1:30 PM, 2 PM and 2:30 PM, at the SLA Exhibition Theater (booth #763). To download a copy of the CRS brochure, click here.