IBM's Tivoli unit has unveiled the first release of its Unison Destiny output management software, which automates the distribution of reports across the enterprise.
The product also enables users to subscribe to specific Web-based information and configure automated routing schemes to distribute the reports they have written where desired.
IBM acquired Unison Software for $170 million last September and this will be the first product from the merged venture, when it ships next quarter, starting at $16,000 under a Windows NT server.
The organisation has also come out with a version that integrates with the Tivoli Management Environment (TME), dubbed TME 10 Output Manager, starting at $20,000 under NT.
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