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deadhorse.gif One could take this many ways. I'd like to think that the folks at (the new) Axceler wanted to focus on an important, rapidly growing market (but there are other ways to look at it). Since Mr. Lepofsky pointed out, Notes/Domino are the most popular downloads for IBM.

Percussion Spins Off Lotus Tools Business
WCM vendor Percussion Software has spun off its award-winning collaboration division to form a new company known as "Axceler." Axceler offers the largest selling Lotus Notes / Domino administrative product, and brought to market the industry's first Notes-centric real-time data integration solution, as well as the first Notes-based workflow product.
Percussion Software Spins Off Collaboration Division to Form "Axceler": Newly-Independent Axceler Continues Its Award-Winning Focus On Administration and Development Tools for the IBM Notes / Domino Platform
WOBURN, MA - May 14, 2007 - Percussion Software, a leading developer of Web Content Management (WCM) software for multi-channel, customer-centric applications, today announced that it has spun off its award-winning collaboration division to create a new company, Axceler, which will be managed as an independent company with its own management team. Michael Alden, who has served as Percussion Software's President, will now bring his extensive experience to his new role as President and CEO of Axceler. Barry Reynolds, one of the founders who started Percussion Software in 1994, will continue in his role as CEO of Percussion.
Axceler offers the largest selling Lotus Notes / Domino administrative product, and brought to market the industry's first Notes-centric real-time data integration solution, as well as the first Notes-based workflow product. Over the years the company has gained extensive insights into the Lotus customer base and the challenges that arise when managing collaborative platforms. The company has always set the pace in delivering the industry's most comprehensive and proactive administration and development tools for the Notes / Domino platform.
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Craig Wiseman May 14th, 2007 10:24:55 AM