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FuseTalk Announces New Release, v3.1 Jives with ColdFusion 8

Version 3.1 Records Stellar Performance on ColdFusion 8

FuseTalk, created in 1999 by developers Jason Clark and Dominic Plouffe, has released the latest version of its flagship  Internet forum and weblogging software for corporate, government and educational organizations. Version 3.1 performs extremely well on ColdFusion 8, according to the company.

FuseTalk's product line is designed to enable organizations to build an interactive community where members can communicate, through exchange of knowledge and experiences, information and views, and help solve problems.

"Online communities are a valuable source of timely business intelligence. We've updated FuseTalk to make it easier for companies to identify the interests and needs of their community members and to create actionable responses," said Greg Waite, President of FuseTalk Inc. "There are a lot of advantages to mining community data and having the tools to act proactively upon opportunities and issues raised by members is a major benefit of the FuseTalk solution," he added. 

Waite called FuseTalk "a mature product that substantially satisfies the business requirements for discussion forums within the rapid application development environment."

v3.1 has been fully tested on Adobe's ColdFusion 8, Waite confirmed, with what he termed "stellar" results.

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