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June 25, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Danvers, Massachusetts-based Selecterm Inc is shipping a developer’s edition of its MicroScript MS-DOS product designed to interface disparate computer applications and systems: integration is achieved through the use of a macro-like, high level programming language that develops an Application System Interface between each system and data moves through the interface to integrate the applications; the company says that applications that can be interfaced with MicroScript include IBM System 36 database applications with an MS-DOS database application; budget reconciliation and reporting on an IBM mainframe to an MS-DOS spreadsheet application and a doctor’s office system on a personal computer network to a hospital’s mainframe admissions application; it needs MS-DOS 2.0 up on any machine and interfaces any application that either runs under MS-DOS or can be made accessible to it via terminal emulation; it sells for $2,000.

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