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DataEase

A relational DBMS for DOS and Windows from Sapphire International, Trumbull, CT (www.dataease.com). It provides a menu-driven interface for developing applications without programming and is noted for its ease of use. Originally developed by MultiWare, Inc., Trumbull, CT, DataEase was one of the first products on the PC platform to offer an easier way to develop business applications.
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Currently, we have several databases such as: Alpha Five, DataEase, Oracle database, IBM DB2, Adaptive Server Enterprise, FileMaker, Firebird, Ingres, Informix, Mark Logic, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft VisualFoxPro, MonetDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Progress, SQLite, Teradata, CSQL, OpenLink Virtuoso, Daffodil DB, etc.
Software Users types are Accelrys, Adobe, Alpha, Altova, Amdocs, Arial, Atlassian, AutoDesk, Autonomy, BEA, Beagle, BMC, Business Objects, CDC, Cognos, CYME, DataEase, dSpace, EMC Clarion, ESRI, FairCom, FileMaker, FlexPDE, Gumbo, HiSoft, Hummingbird, JDA, Madcap, MapInfo, Mathworks, McAfee, MicroStrategy, Mindjet, Nastel, Netcordia, NetQOs, NetSimplicity, NimSoft, Nitro, Novell, Qualtrics, Seapine, Seasoft, Serena, Siemans, SmartBPM, SOA, SolarWinds, Tableau,Tibco, VMWare, VMWare-P, WebDrive, WebSphere and WoodRing.
The market was saturated with products such as DBASE, Revelation, KnowledgeMan, Probase, R:BASE, Paradox, Foxbase, Clipper, DBMan, Informix-SQL, Progress, dBrief Quicksilver/dBXL, Emerald Bay, Gupta, Clarion, Framework, DataPerfect, DataEase, Smart and FileMaker to name but a few.
The new Windows version of METFIN has been written using Dataease for Windows and Sumari have formed a working relationship with Sapphire International (the owners of Dataease), to both write and promote the new Windows product
All office automation systems (WordPerfect, Lotus 123, Dataease, and Project for Windows) now run on stand alone PCs.
To handle the myriad pieces of information about members and issues, FRF purchased DataEase, a relational data base software package produced by DataEase International, Trumball, Connecticut.
For this purpose we wrote a database program on DataEase (DataEase International, Trumbull, Conn.), to run on a powerful microcomputer, an IBM AT, with a state-of-the-art VGA (video graphics adapter) color monitor.
$107,525,600 $2,044,266 1.9% MapInfo $15,750,000 $268,008 1.7% SBT Accounting Systems $10,545,000 $174,998 1.7% Adobe Systems $313,457,000 $3,998,709 1.3% Autodesk $166,294,360 $1,881,240 1.1% DataEase International $13,420,000 $143,462 1.1% Santa Cruz Operation $87,522,000 $868,879 1.0% Campbell Services $6,818,840 $61,386 0.9% Novell $610,535,120 $4,830,406 0.8% Eagle Point Corp.
As a general rule, if your data are well classified and consist of well-defined categories and numbers, you will obtain excellent results from a traditional database such as dBase IV (Ashton-Tate Corp., Torrance, Calif.), R-Base for DOS (Microrim Inc., Redmond, Wash.), Paradox (Borland International), DataEase (DataEase International, Trumbull, Conn.), or Q&A (Symantec, Cupertino, Calif.).
Unfortunately, disk space disappears fast when one attempts to keep WordStar 5.5, WordPerfect 5.0, Framework II, dBase IV, DBXL, Quicksilver, Dataease, askSAM, Ventura Publisher, and a host of CD-ROM-related software on tap at the same time.
* sTACKER ($149-$199) Utility (DOS, Windows, Macintosh, OS/2) 31 DataEase International $30,500,000
hi the Upper School Library there is a similar cataloging exercise shortly to be implemented using DATAEASE, a program offered free by the Nimbus manufacturer and which can be transferred into DBASE IU+ for networking.