Lotus Development has detailed the next version of its time management software, Lotus Organiser, which is due out by the end of this month.
It is also launching a new campaign to protect its cc:Mail user base.
Lotus Organiser 5.0 will come with enhanced contact management features, including support for group scheduling, a simplified user interface, and extended information management capabilities. The upgraded user interface features new views and navigational capabilities, including a calender navigation toolbar.
Lotus is also launching a campaign to encourage its cc:Mail users to upgrade to Lotus products. An advertising campaign, direct mail, and a series of seminars will outline the options available to the 14 million user base. These are: an upgrade to Lotus cc:Mail Release 8.3, which ships this month; an upgrade to the Lotus cc:Mail multi mode client and Lotus Domino Server; or an upgrade to Lotus Domino Mail Server with Lotus Notes client.
Lotus will hold messaging seminars at 39 US cities, which will be open to all cc:Mail customers, as well as a series of teleseminars.
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