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April 3, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

In the wake of Dame Edna and Crocodile Dundee, the latest export from the land of Oz is a software program called Tracker Plus, designed for anyone needing to manage personal contacts on an everyday basis: while interpersonal skills are not (stereotypically) known as an Australian forte, relationships are obviously deteriorating at an alarming rate if such software is in demand; still, for whingeing Poms with the charms of Sir Les Patterson, Tracker Plus is a database, client management system, word processor, report generator, calendar and calculator, needs 384Kb on an MS-DOS box running release 2.0 up, and is available here from Mallian Systems Ltd, Windsor, Berkshire at UKP345 to end users – Thens mite; no worries blue, she’ll be right.

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