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The Planet Group Joins Global Solutions


The Planet Group, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) announced today that its Virtual-Poll software will be included in a World Wide Web software package called the Village Compass Bundle.

Virtual-Poll is an optimized Web Server that manages the creation and analysis of market research data at a fraction of the cost of phone surveys, focus groups or mailings. The software enables users to collect real-time market data information on the internet and receive immediate results. It automatically produces, manages and administers the entire market research process. Surveys, tests, evaluations, quizzes and polling of all types can be customized to the end-user's specifications.

The Village Compass Bundle is a package of high-performance, server-software, tool-set that helps businesses develop or expand sites on the World Wide Web. Virtual Poll will be included in the bundle as on of 21 other programs which exhibit superior product harmony.

"The Village Compass Bundle enters the marketplace offering a turn-key solution with some of the most advanced software available today," Mark Rauterkus, organizer of the Village Compass Bundle, said. "Virtual-Poll ads one more highly cost-effective solution to an already strong package of software."

The bundle package of software creates dramatic savings for end-users -- as much as 65% off of retail prices. The package contains a variety of highly-sophisticated software functions strategic to building a web site, such as cataloging, information handling, communication, graphic production, and site management and maintenance. The Village Compass Bundle has numerous software packages, with prices starting at $1,475. Most of the software titles run on Macintosh computers, but some titles are for Windows NT.

A free working copy of Virtual-Poll can be downloaded from the internet by visiting their WWW site. Or you can call Planet Group's customer service at 1-800-215-8519.


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