Is "interwork" a valid current lingo?

Subject: Is "interwork" a valid current lingo?
From: Yuk-Lin Ong <yuklin -at- TECH -dot- SINGALAB -dot- COM -dot- SG>
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 1994 10:15:28 +0800

I want to describe a situation where disparate software don't communicate
( talk ) to one another. Can I say
"These disparate software packages do not interwork among themselves"
Any pointers?

SingaLab Pte Ltd

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