OfficeVision

OfficeVision

Integrated office automation applications from IBM that ran in all IBM computer families, especially VM. Introduced in 1989 and discontinued in 2003, it included email, scheduling, document creation and distribution as well as decision support and graphics capabilities. Originally IBM's PROFS software, which came out in 1981, OfficeVision was the first major implementation of SAA and incorporated the Presentation Manager interface across OS/2 networks, AS/400s and mainframes.
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Is it the end of the line for OfficeVision? IBMers familiar with the company's plans say starting in the spring, IBM will no longer make enhancements to OfficeVision/400 and will try to coax AS/400 shops to move to the native implementation of Lotus Domino.
For the long term, The Network Courier was able to offer gateway connections to universal mail standards such as SMTP (Simple Message Transfer Protocol), as well as close integration with computing environments like Microsoft's Windows 3.0 and IBM'S Officevision. In addition, the package's connections to other mail environments are tightly wed to its own e-mail database-a feature of significant interest to us.
When IBM announced the OfficeVision family of SAA-based software last May, it was joined by 12 of the best-known U.S.
The Sun Unix system needs at least four and IBM's Officevision will need eight million bytes of RAM.
Simon Gambarini, managing director of OfficeVisions, based at Pentwyn, Cardiff, said: "We have clearly struck a rich vein of form in the sporting world.
Office refurbishment and furniture specialist, OfficeVisions is anticipating accelerated turnover growth this year on the back of new disability access legislation.