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LinuxPR: Vividata Announces New 'Personal' and 'Not-for-Profit' Price Discounts

Apr 20, 2000, 20:12 (0 Talkback[s])

"Vividata, Inc., a Berkeley-based Linux and Unix imaging software company, has announced new reduced prices for 'Personal' and 'Not-for-profit' users of its OCR Shop, ScanShop and PostShop® software."

"We're excited about offering our customers new prices," says Vividata's CEO Mark Liebman. "This will make it possible for many new users including students to benefit from the many advantages our software can bring them."

"OCR Shop, the only Linux and Unix optical character recognition solution using Caere's omnipage engine, starts at $99 for personal users, and $745 for not-for profits. OCR Shop® quickly converts printed pages into readable text for editing in your favorite Linux or Unix word processor. It has an intuitive point-and-click interface that simplifies use, with automatic detection of scanner type."

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