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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Compared to conventional silicone-based softeners, Powersoft PE 150 is extremely stable when exposed to shear forces.
The Powersoft Web site features applications developed with Sybase, Inc.
CONTACT: Tina Pitts or Deanne Farrar of Powersoft, 519-886-3700
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The Web is rapidly evolving into a distributed computing platform that is capable of supporting a new class of business applications," said David Litwack, president of the Powersoft Business Group of Sybase, Inc.
He previously served as vice president of customer services for Powersoft Corporation.
With 12 years of experience with leading software companies including Sybase, Powersoft and Watcom, Farrar brings with her a rich set of experience in all aspects of the marketing and sales cycle.
that have won Powersoft its market-leading position in corporate
Prior to Sybase, Boswell was at Powersoft Corporation as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Powersoft's Watcom subsidiary.
July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Powersoft today announced it
static," said David Litwack, president of the Powersoft Business