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#1 Robert N

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 12:48 PM

I recently came across a blurb that indicates that QuickVerse is either for sale or is in the process of being purchased by WordSearch for $140,000. I am not certain about the value, but I hope that someone on Accordance's staff is at least aware of this as QuickVerse has the rights to a lot of potential modules and sells at a competitive price. I am wondering if Accordance and therefore Accordance users could benefit from an Accordance - QuickVerse deal... I felt that QVs search engine and UI were substandard to Accordance's so that product would be strengthen by Accordance and the add'l module offering and STEP format accessing and control might be beneficial, but I really don't know. Hopefully Accordance will look at it to see if it is a deal as far as being a treasure trove of modules... anyway here is the blurb and a link in case the Accordance staff isn't aware of it. Does anyone at Accordance know about this?

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This Software Product Line Purchase Agreement (this “Agreement”) is entered into as of May 5, 2011 between WORDsearch Corp., L.L.C. a Delaware limited liability company (together with any subsidiaries, “WSC”) and FindEx.com, Inc., a Nevada corporation (together with any subsidiaries, “FIND”) (WSC and FIND may hereinafter be referred to individually as a “Party” or jointly as the “Parties”). WHEREAS, except as specifically set forth herein, FIND is currently the exclusive owner of all rights in and to that certain original consumer software program product line published, marketed, distributed and/or sold under the brand name, and known generally in its vertical category as, “QuickVerse” (the “QuickVerse Product Line”); WHEREAS, WSC desires to obtain from FIND all of FIND’s rights, title and interest in and to the assets which, taken collectively, comprise the QuickVerse Product Line, including the rights to develop, publish, market, distribute and sell the QuickVerse Product Line, and to assume up to $140,000 of certain liabilities as specified in this Agreement, and FIND desires to convey to WSC all of FIND’s rights, title and interest in and to the QuickVerse Product Line together with up to $140,000 of said certain liabilities;

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 01:32 PM

this is somewhat old news, but the purchase price was $975,000 (see further down the linked page).

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 01:40 PM

LifeWay announced recently they had purchased WordSearch Corporation. LifeWay has been licensing a WordSearch product for some time and rebranding it as Bible Navigator. Not certain of their plans for the future of the WordSearch brand. There's a news story about this on their website: http://www.lifeway.c...tware-solutions

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