JetForm to ship Web products

JetForm Corp. is set to ship new versions of its forms products designed for use with the World Wide Web.

The Web-enabled release of JetForm Filler Version 4.2 will allow organizations to use public and private Web servers to download, fill out and print electronic forms.

JetForm also will market Web versions of its JetForm Design forms designer and JetForm Server products. The Filler, Design and Server products will be available in 30 days.

JetForm also is offering a Web Connectivity Pak, a server component of JetForm's Internet strategy. The product collects data from forms and transfers that data to JetForm Server for further form data processing.

JetForm Filler V4.2 for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows is priced from $89 to $149. A trial version can be downloaded at http://www.jetform.com.

Pricing for JetForm Server V4.2, which supports Windows NT, starts at $1,895. JetForm's Web Connectivity Pak is priced at $995 and is now available for Windows NT servers.

JetForm is offering a Web-Action Pak to allow organizations to roll out pilot installations. The package includes 20 JetForm Filler licenses, a JetForm Design license, a JetForm Server license and a Web Connectivity Pak license as well as support and consulting services. Web-Action Pak is priced at $5,999. JetForm's Web-enabled products will be available to federal customers from JetForm and through existing contracts.

-- John Moore

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