FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Norpath Releases New Authoring Software for Rapid Creation of
Rich-Media Solutions and Learning Applications
Norpath Elements Studio 2.0 now available for Windows and Mac OS X.
Toronto, Ontario — April 29, 2003 — Norpath Inc., today announced the
immediate availability of Norpath Elements Studio 2.0, the latest version
of its professional authoring software for building a wide range of
interactive multimedia applications and computer-based training solutions
including courseware, tutorials, presentations, catalogs, manuals,
interactive user guides, kiosks, simulations, and self-paced seminars.
Norpath Elements Studio’s graphical authoring environment allows new and
experienced designers to create powerful interactive applications without
writing code or learning a scripting language.
Norpath Elements Studio 2.0 features a new multi-platform builder that
allows designers to create their application once and quickly generate
standalone applications for deployment on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and
Solaris. Both the runtime and installer can be customized allowing
designers to freely distribute their own private branded solutions.
Norpath Elements Studio 2.0 includes a comprehensive suite of design tools
for creating interactive graphics, animation and multimedia as well as
easy-to-use pre-built application logic, knowledge, database and interface
components. In addition, Norpath Elements Studio ships with a full set of
libraries, templates, and publishing wizards to help non-technical users
deploy their interactive applications on CD-ROM, kiosk and corporate
Pricing and Availability
Norpath Elements Studio 2.0 is now available for download at
www.norpath.com/downloads.html for Windows and Mac OS X. Norpath Elements
Studio 2.0 is priced at US$599 and can be ordered online at www.norpath.com.
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada,
Norpath Inc. (www.norpath.com) develops, markets, and supports a new
generation of authoring systems that help organizations accelerate the
creation and deployment of a wide range of interactive applications and