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software publisher

An organization that develops and markets software. It includes market research, software production and software distribution. Publishers may develop their own programs, contract for outside development or obtain off-the-shelf packages. The titles "software publisher," "software developer" and "developer" are used synonymously; however, "developers" may be limited to designing the user interface and programming, whereas a "publisher" implies distribution and marketing as well as development. See developer.
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FarStone is an ISO 9001 certified software publisher holding multiple technology patents.
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Based in Boca Raton, Florida, with international offices in London, England and San Jose, Costa Rica, Aplicor is a global software publisher of subscription-based and hosted CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) web-based software solutions for high growth, mid-market and enterprise organizations.
License Management provides software publishers with an effective solution to manage complex licensing models, including proprietary technologies and algorithms," said Paul Martinelli, Intraware's Chief Technology Officer.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Protexis, provider of e-commerce and digital rights management (DRM) hosted services for software publishers, today announced that it is a Silver Sponsor of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) Software Strategy Summit, being held May 15-16, 2006, at the Westin St.
This leaves the onus of compliance entirely on software customers - the very customers that the software publishers actively pursued to generate revenue.

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