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Rave Offers Document Framework App

Web-based document management framework application DocuTrak was released by Rave Software Solutions Inc. today. DocuTrak delivers browser-based access to various document types, including text, graphics, spreadsheets, and images. It incorporates document management functionality such as author tracking, version tracking, revision tracking, document archiving and searching, and electronic check-in/check-out of documents. DocuTrak provides security and access control over authoring, editing, viewing, reviewing, and final publishing. DocuTrak is installed as a framework to allow for customization and integration with other software products depending on a customer's needs.

Rave Software Solutions is an e-business consulting company specializing in knowledge management, custom application development and systems integration, and messaging.

Contact Rave Software Solutions, (212) 857-1848, www.ravesoft.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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