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Catapult Launches Inquisite Survey Software

Catapult Systems Corp., a provider of e-business services and products, introduced the newest version of its survey software system, Inquisite 3.0, at Spring Internet World in Los Angeles.

Inquisite 3.0 administers surveys via the Internet, intranet, network, email, diskette, or scannable paper forms. The system includes the option of administering surveys via Scantron Optical Mark Reader (OMR) paper, to reach respondents who do not have access to e-mail or the Internet. Inquisite 3.0 also includes improved response validation for NT Web servers.

Inquisite offers the ability to save and resume Web surveys, support for .PDF file format, the ability to open and save charts in HTML, and the ability for users to create, customize, and integrate reports into Inquisite using any COM-supported development language. Additionally, users can export reports and data from Inquisite to various file formats, including Excel, Word, or HTML.

Contact Catapult, (512) 328-8181, www.catapultsystems.com.

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

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