Friday, July 15, 2005

BEA's Dietzen lands at groupware startup | InfoWorld

BEA's Dietzen lands at groupware startup | InfoWorld: "Nearly a year after quitting his job as chief technology officer at BEA Systems, Scott Dietzen has resurfaced. He is now serving as president and chief technology officer of little-known San Mateo, California, start-up Liquid Systems, a venture-funded software company that is focused on enterprise messaging and collaboration, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
The company has developed client and server-side software designed to replace enterprise collaboration products such as Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange, the sources said."

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