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Teamplate Updates Microsoft-centric Workflow Software

Teamplate released a new version of its workflow software for creating human-based business processes that leverage Microsoft infrastructure components.

Teamplate for .NET version 4.0 is the second major release of the product. The new release increases the integration of the product with Microsoft Exchange, Office and Outlook, BizTalk Server, SharePoint technologies, the Active Directory and Visual Studio .NET 2003.

A major enhancement in the 4.0 version is client integration with Outlook. By using Outlook task lists and other elements of the existing Outlook client, Teamplate intends to reduce training costs for its customers and accelerate user acceptance. Teamplate is banking on the 100 million seat user base of Outlook to help grow its business.

In addition to the user interface components, Teamplate consists of development tools for software engineers, administrative tools and business activity monitoring tools.

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

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