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Sinpag International Releases Online Product

LinkUall, an online service offering online collaboration software, was launched by Sinpag International Inc. LinkUall is a free Web site, and is available to communities and vertical portals via the LinkUall affiliate program, and to ASPs through the LinkUall ASP program.

LinkUall provides tools for collaboration services, including invitations to events, group messaging, document storage, chat, project management, universal address book, calendar, and other features. Additional user benefits come from the improved organization of information within a community. These include streamlined group messaging management; fast and direct access to information for large-scale online forums and the ability to define and control how members will interact by inviting selected participants to join newly created sub-groups and sub-projects.

Contact Sinpag International, www.sinpag.com, www.linkuall.com.

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

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