Powersoft


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Powersoft

(Powersoft Corporation, Concord, MA) The developer of the popular PowerBuilder application development system. In 1995, the company was acquired by Sybase, creating at that time a software vendor with 4,400 employees and revenues of 700 million.
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the leading supplier of knowledge technology solutions, today joined the ranks of technology leaders such as Powersoft, Avid Technology, Boston Technology and Sapient when the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE) awarded the company its New Englander Award for Innovation.
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He successfully took the company public in 1993, and renamed it Powersoft, Inc.