Watermark Software Announces New Pricing and Support Programs; Programs Target Enterprise Imaging Environments.BURLINGTON Burlington, town, Canada
Burlington, town (1991 pop. 129,575), SE Ont., Canada, on Lake Ontario. First settled (1798) by Mohawk Loyalist Joseph Brandt, Burlington's economy was built on the shipment of wheat, lumber, and quarried rock by waterway. , Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 12, 1995--Watermark Software Inc. today announced new pricing and support programs that help organizations deploy and maintain enterprise imaging systems. The Watermark watermark: see paper.
See digital watermark. programs include a pilot system offering that provides organizations with low-cost entry to client/server imaging; new image server pricing that reflects pricing structures of other standard client/server applications and an expanded technical assistance program designed to meet the complex requirements of enterprise imaging environments.
"Just as our imaging product line grew more robust with the production capabilities of Watermark Enterprise Series, Watermark sales and support programs have also evolved to meet the enterprise requirements of our customers," said David Skok, president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Watermark Software. "Our new pricing enables companies to cost-effectively deploy initial systems and economically advance those client/server systems throughout the enterprise. Watermark's enhanced support program means organizations have access to the quality, responsive technical assistance that demanding, business-critical solutions require."
Included in the new Watermark pricing and support programs are:
Introduction of the Watermark Enterprise Series Pilot Pack, an entry-level, client/server imaging system that includes software licenses In computing, software that is copyrighted and licensed under a software license is done under a variety of licensing schemes. For end-users there are proprietary licenses and there are free software licenses, and there are proprietary Within these schemes are further classifications. to support ten Watermark Enterprise Edition clients and one Watermark Enterprise Image Server.
The pilot pack enables organizations to quickly and cost- effectively deploy an initial, complete imaging system. Additional imaging clients and image servers can be easily added to pilot pack systems as user requirements evolve. The Pilot Pack, available August 1, is priced at $7,995 and offers customers a 30 percent cost savings over buying the components separately.
A new pricing structure for Watermark Enterprise Image Server that follows pricing schemes of other popular client/server applications, such as Microsoft Windows See Windows.
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Pricing for Enterprise Image Server will require one image server license per server, priced at $4,995, along with a server access license for each client in the imaging system. Server access software licenses are priced at $3,995 for 25 seats, $6,995 for 50 seats and $11,995 for 100 seats. All pricing is effective August 1. Volume pricing is available for large installations.
The new prices maintain Watermark's advantage in delivering price points that make enterprise-wide deployment practical. For example, a 100-user, client/server Watermark Enterprise Series configuration is priced at $38,985, which is $390 per seat.
A new, two-part Assurance Program to meet the growing need for technical assistance among multi-site, enterprise imaging installations.
First, Watermark will offer a Support Assurance Program that provides three levels of technical support: Basic, which is available at no cost for Watermark client software; Priority, which supports single site Watermark imaging systems and is priced at $3,500 for up to 35 hours of technical assistance per year; and Premium, which provides technical assistance for multiple imaging sites across one organization and is priced at $15,000 for up to 100 hours per year.
Second, Watermark will offer an Upgrade Assurance Program that automatically provides customers with version and point releases for software products. The program is offered in annual contracts and priced at 15 percent of the list price of Watermark Enterprise Series components included in the installation. It is available to installations with 25 or more Watermark seats. Both programs are effective August 1.
Watermark Enterprise Series is client/server software that seamlessly integrates paper and fax information with corporate standard software found in ad hoc For this purpose. Meaning "to this" in Latin, it refers to dealing with special situations as they occur rather than functions that are repeated on a regular basis. See ad hoc query and ad hoc mode. and production environments, including electronic mail, document management, groupware Software that supports multiple users working on related tasks in local and remote networks. Also called "collaborative software," groupware is an evolving concept that is more than just multiuser software which allows access to the same data. , mainframe applications and development tools. By providing a single imaging component for all applications, Watermark imaging systems support the interchange An interchange is a location where two things meet, usually perform some kind of exchange, and possibly go on their ways again. It is most commonly used in four contexts:
Watermark Software Inc., based in Burlington, Massachusetts Burlington is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 22,876 at the 2000 census. History
Burlington was first settled in 1641 and was officially incorporated on February 28, 1799. , develops and markets imaging solutions that enable all paper and fax information to be freely exchanged, processed and shared with everyone across the enterprise. The company's products seamlessly integrate paper and fax information with existing corporate standard software found in a typical enterprise and offer significant price/performance advantages over competing solutions. -0-
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