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Powersoft corporation

A leading vendor of client/server application development tools.
In February 1994, Watcom became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Powersoft Corporation which merged with Sybase on 13 February 1995. In April 1995, the new company is the fastest growing top-ten software company and the seventh largest software company in the world.
Headquarters: Concord, Massachusetts, USA.


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