Creo will launch Six Degrees version 1.5 in the UK today at MacExpo 2002.

Six Degrees is described by the company as: “A revolution in email-driven productivity.” It manages contacts, email and other files in an "easy-to-navigate" way in order to help workers engaged in projects. It builds a database of information as projects are worked on, and requires very little user input, Creo claims.

Creo’s director of creative software Mark Lemmons said: “Six Degrees automatically builds a comprehensive database of your important data: you’ve got questions, it has answers. Whether it’s helping ind the most recent version of a file, an email from two weeks ago, or the right contact on an important project, the uses of Six Degrees are as practical and varied as our customers’ projects.”

The new version is available as a free update to owners of Six Degrees 1.0. A 30-day demo version is also available. The solution works with Mac OS X and costs £79. It will be exhibited at stand 30 during the show.