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Microsoft to launch new version of its office system

10 October, 2006

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NEW DELHI: Microsoft India will launch a new version of 'Microsoft Office System 2007' for business houses in India by the end of this year.

"It would empower the information workers to deliver significant capabilities in areas such as communication, content protection and management reduce security risks and deployment costs among others," Microsoft Business Division Product Management Group Corporate Vice President Chris Capossela said.

"The new version would also lead to greater business performance," he added.

"The office system's new offering will be availabe to businesses towards the end of this year and the general availibility will be there by early 2007," he said.

"The offering would enhance individual effectiveness and drive business innovation, and this will unfold a new era of oppurtunities for customers, partners and the industry at large", Capossela said.

"The new software would be available in the market in the range of Rs 7,000- Rs 8,000 as it was earlier and does not require any kind of technology upgrade," he added.

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