generic software

generic software

(1) Ready-made software. Shrink-wrapped software. Contrast with "custom software." See shrink wrapped software and COTS.

(2) (Generic Software, Inc., Madison, MS, www.genericsoftware.com) A company that specializes in software for IBM midrange computers. Founded in 1987, Generic merged with WorksRight Software, Inc. in 2003.
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The use of generic software revealed some interesting results with current usage revealed as 94% for word processing, 93% email and 42% desktop publishing, with a 10% increase expected soon.
Head of the unit, Delyth Prys, told the Welsh Affairs Committee, which is investigating globalisation, generic software was being created for Welsh speakers that could be easily adapted by overseas small-language communities.
Generic Software Tools enable users to document internal controls, reduce potential risks and provide some level of comfort that compliance initiatives are in place.
Mr Harbour added: 'The problem is that, at present, some European patent offices are granting patents for generic software, as well as technical inventions which use software as a critical component.
Major players have made massive investments in generic software such as Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes together with document management systems from providers such as Filenet.
Some sell for much less; however, many of the $39 specials have generic software and are hard to set up.

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