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Xerox XSoft to sell Tab Works

Citadel Computer Systems Inc. has struck a deal to buy one of XSoft’s most popular utilities.
Based in California, XSoft is a Xerox Corp. company that develops and markets software.
Dallas-based Citadel plans to acquire TabWorks, an XSoft desktop utility that lets users organize work by project, function, due date or by any number of other attributes.
Citidel did not reveal the XSoft utility’s purchase price.
With 9 million units shipped, TabWorks is one of XSoft’s most popular offerings, a feature Citadel chief operating officer Steven Solomon called “irresistibly attractive.”
The move more than doubles the Texas firm’s customer base.
Mohan Trikha, XSoft vice president and general manager, said the sale will present continuing opportunities for both firms.
Solomon said the TabWorks acquisition is a key part of Citadel’s strategy to expand its presence in desktop productivity and network security markets.

Xerox XSoft to sell Tab Works

Citadel Computer Systems Inc. has struck a deal to buy one of XSoft’s most popular utilities.
Based in California, XSoft is a Xerox Corp. company that develops and markets software.
Dallas-based Citadel plans to acquire TabWorks, an XSoft desktop utility that lets users organize work by project, function, due date or by any number of other attributes.
Citidel did not reveal the XSoft utility’s purchase price.
With 9 million units shipped, TabWorks is one of XSoft’s most popular offerings, a feature Citadel chief operating officer Steven Solomon called “irresistibly attractive.”
The move more than doubles the Texas firm’s customer base.
Mohan Trikha, XSoft vice president and general manager, said the sale will present continuing opportunities for both firms.
Solomon said the TabWorks acquisition is a key part of Citadel’s strategy to expand its presence in desktop productivity and network security markets. The utility complements other recent product acquisitions with applications in the same markets, he added.
Solomon said Citadel plans to enhance TabWorks, and as part of its deal with XSoft has agreed to offer free upgrades to all current TabWorks users. Details of the upgrade policy have yet to be announced.

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