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NetTeam launches special promotion

updated 08:50 am EST, Fri March 31, 2006

NetTeam birthday promo

NetTeam today announced a new promotion to help celebrate Apple's 30th birthday. The Apple developer is offering a specially discounted bundle on its NetTeam Server product. The first 30 companies to order will receive a 30-user license for 1 year for just $1000. NetTeam Server is a web application that offers businesses of any size a Business Operating System for their web presence; it combines business process, content and collaboration tools to power a wide variety of business functions. NetTeam Server, which the company says is normally priced at $35 per user per month, offers the ability to setup a project extranet for sharing documents/tasks/thoughts, project- and author-based blogs to help streamline project management and knowledge management, build a document library with role-based permissions, and manage a contact database, virtual sales force, and members/volunteer management. It can also setup and manage a company website using Page Editor or uploaded HTML pages.

In addition, the company said that additional licenses may be purchased at a reduced discount. NetTeam also offers custom development services using the NetTeam Server toolkit. This enables business process and workflow automation for functions such as forms processing, task assignment, document publishing, as well as recruiting, HR and CRM applications. Standard pricing is $35 per user.




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