micropublishing


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micropublishing

In micrographics, the issuing of new or reformatted information on microfilm for sale or distribution.
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MILWAUKEE -- ARI (OTCBB:ARIS), a leading provider of technology-enabled business solutions that connect equipment dealers, distributors and manufacturers, today announced that it has acquired certain assets of Info Access, the micropublishing division of Eye Communications, Inc.
Grice, general manager of the micropublishing unit.
We are also excited by the possibilities this new partnership creates for all of our customers," commented Don Prince, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Other Vertical Markets and Micropublishing at Bell & Howell.
E-Business World, a natural extension of that strategy, will provide the rapidly growing e-business community with immediate, insightful, and useful information and resources," said Springer Huseby, director of Micropublishing, IDG.
electronic imaging and database services, and micropublishing of court
Wave's micropublishing services give users direct access to, and the ability to purchase, a wide selection of electronically published content created by anyone with a website, ranging from a new breed of Internet entrepreneurs to major publishers.
Beginning today, the complete publishing cybermart of Wave's micropublishing system is now in operation.
Importantly, Wave's micropublishing solution provides the security and low cost necessary to successfully support these transactions and allow users to utilize their websites as electronic stores which sell content at prices of their choosing.
Beginning today, Wave's turnkey micropublishing system is now in operation.
E-cash provides the necessary payment options to support new and low-cost products and services, including micropublishing," Killen continued.