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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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Powersoft was recently appointed as thenew exclusive Turkish distributor of Asimetrik.
He stresses that he would not have joined NCI if it were not a separate entity: "I certainly didn't want to be in a position where I had to compete with Sybase and Powersoft." Kertzman identified Microsoft's Windows CE as the main rival to NCI's business model.
SmartStream was developed in PowerSoft's PowerBuilder.
Power Builder for Lotus Notes; Powersoft Corp., Concord, Mass., (800) 395-3525, www.powersoft.com
In World Class, I feature a rapidly growing software company in the Boston area called Powersoft, about to merge with Sybase.
and techniques from theory to practice; and the development and use of business process reengineering; and newer, more powerful software development tools (such as Powersoft's Powerbuilder, Microsoft's Visualbasic and others).
It includes "true" Windows user interface, having been built with PowerSoft's PowerBuilder.
Gleason, D., Operating Excellence-Growth Power, Burlington, MA: Powersoft Publishing, 1991.