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January 31, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Compsoft Holdings Plc possibly had more new products than anyone else at the Which Computer? Show earlier this month: in addition to a two user version of its Delta micro-database that requires just a standard terminal attached to an MS-DOS box via an RS232 cable, Compsoft has NexView, a relational spreadsheet sold under licence from Windjammer Software Inc; Staffware, a tool for developing document-based procedures; and Debut, a data analysis and consolidation package that can import data from minis, mainframes and multiple Lotus 1-2-3 files; there is also an enhanced version Finar-Debut, developed in conjunction with Financial & Corporate Modelling Consultants Plc.

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