My review of NextPage 1.5 for InfoWorld came out this week. I think the product is a winner.
NextPage 1.5 is so easy to use that there's really no more excuse for not managing documents at your organization. If you're a CFO worried about Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, or just a project manager trying to get a handle on who's got what, this product will solve your problems.From InfoWorld: NextPage solves document-management dilemma: March 11, 2005: By Phillip J. Windley
Referenced Mon Mar 14 2005 14:39:06 GMT-0700
What makes it work is that its the first document management system I've seen that doesn't require users to change how they work. That's revolutionary.
I recorded a podcast of a chat I had with Tom Ngo, NextPage's CTO and Cydni Tetro, NextPage's VP of Marketing. I tried to use the interview to add value to the 900 word review. Let me know how you think I did. On the technical side, Cyd's telephone connection wasn't the best, so there's some annoyance there.
When I commented on the release earlier, Richard Miller left a comment that states a point of confusion I think many users will have. NextPage (the company) used to have a product called (NXT) which is what most people know them for. This new product (NextPage 1.5) is completely unrelated to NXT. I think NextPage would have done well to have given this new product a name that makes that clear. I hope that doesn't hurt the product, because this is one that deserves wide usage.