Information Today
Volume 18, Issue 10 November 2001
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C. Berger Group, Inc. Teams with Inmagic, Inc.

C. Berger Group, Inc. (CBG), a library personnel and information management services firm, announced that it has become a business partner with Inmagic, Inc., a text-management software producer based in Woburn, Massachusetts. According to the announcement, CBG is authorized to promote, market, and resell various specialized products that are used in libraries and other information management operations to create indexes, catalogs, and finding aides on desktops, networks, and Internet/intranet platforms.

"Supplying Inmagic software was a natural progression for CBG," said Carol A. Berger, C. Berger Group president. "We have recommended it to clients many times in the past and used it ourselves to develop databases for traditional book collections as well as multimedia materials and corporate documents."

Clients can also engage CBG consultants to install and customize Inmagic products and train users on the applications that were personally tailored for them. CBG support staff is available to create indexes and catalogs and maintain systems after they are functional.

Some of the Inmagic lines that CBG will be handling include the following:

  • DB/TextWorks, a special combination of database and text-retrieval software

  • DB/Text for Libraries, an all-in-one library application with the flexibility of DB/TextWorks

  • DB/Text WebPublisher, a read-only solution that takes existing DB/Text information and publishes it on intranets and the Web

  • DB/Text Interactive WebPublisher, which adds editing and immediate database-update capability to these Web scenarios

  • DB/Text Intranet Spider, which builds and maintains databases of Web site information from internal networks and external sources
Utilities for text importing and conversion are available. According to the announcement, litigation and records-management databases are other popular applications of the DB/Text product set.

Source: C. Berger Group, Inc., Carol Stream, IL, 630/653-1115; http://www.cberger.com.

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