Verity has signed an agreement to acquire FTP Software's Keyview file viewing and filtering utility software for $1.5 million in cash. The document management software supplier intends to use the Keyview range to replace the Quickview product line that it licensed from Inso in its Search 97 family. Keyview will operate under the Verity name as a separate business unit and Robert Miller, FTP's general manager, will report to Hugh Njemanze, vice president of Verity's desktop product group.
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