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specialty software

An umbrella term for software that is designed for a specific application or niche. What is specialty software one day often becomes a mainstream application later on. See special.
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TotalView Technologies, Natick, Mass., a provider of scalable debugging and analysis software solutions for the multi-core era, has partnered with international specialty software distributor Lifeboat Distribution to resell its advanced TotalView(r) and MemoryScape debuggers in selected countries in the European, Asian and Latin American markets.
We're told it's a specialty software company that already has a presence in Conway, a staff of around 20.
Also, because students can't afford specialty software, the university wanted to give them access to high-end applications.
The problem has always been incompatibility with specialty software that remodelers use.
Some are limiting the purchase of specialty software and confining licensing to a core software group.
Our company has done the same within the association market, by releasing our XML Integration Library to a host of specialty software tool providers via our "Avectra Connected" program.
Supported by a $350,000-repayable contribution from FedNor, plus $100,000 from IRAP (Industrial Research Assistance Program) to continue developing some specialty software, the company's arrival is being heralded as a major building block for the city's knowledge-based economy.
While working on a simulation project, specialty software and communication among teams are sometimes limited, with the potential for large errors.
For the next thirty-five years, it grew steadily by providing specialty software to the Pentagon and other government agencies, and in the late 1990s it plunged into the military-intelligence market.
A different approach to listening is demonstrated by Sonny, an entrepreneur who focuses on specialty software. Developing software can be risky and expensive, especially for a small company.

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