Compuserve has signed a marketing and distribution deal with Netscape, which will allow the Internet provider to distribute Netscape's Navigator Internet browser free to its users. The deal also allows Netscape to spread its browser through Compuserve's worldwide Sprynet Internet access service. Compuserve will create custom versions of Navigator software for corporate customers.
The two companies have announced plans to provide customised client applications for Compuserve users and its subsidiaries. Compuserve president and CEO Bob Massey said the deal strengthened its ability to provide solutions to corporations as they begin to embrace the World Wide Web.
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