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July 17, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Ashton-Tate Corp, Torrance, California has sold its dBase Mac database software for the Apple Macintosh to New Era Software Group Inc of Miami, Florida on undisclosed terms. From August 15, New Era will support all current dBase Mac users; it has acquired Ashton-Tate’s dBase Mac inventory and intends to upgrade the product but Ashton-Tate retains the right to distribute and support the product for New Era in Japan. The move does not take Ashton-Tate out of the Macintosh market altogether – it has just started shipping its Full Impact 2.0 presentation spreadsheet for the Macintosh, which sells for $300 and adds three-dimensional graphs, Excel data import and export, intelligent recalculation, new borders and chart types, and developer tools.

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