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Creative Systems Programming and CompuServe Team up to Reach OS/2 Market

posted Sep 13, 2009, 8:19 AM by Larry Finkelstein
MT. LAUREL, NJ -- September 25, 1996 -- Creative Systems Programming Corporation, developers of Golden CommPass, the internationally acclaimed, award winning OS/2 navigation program, have reached an agreement with CompuServe, Inc. to continue the development of interactive OS/2 products for the CompuServe Information Service. We are exploring every avenue to fully integrate these new products with the latest features available in OS/2 Warp 4, including Internet connectivity and voice dictation.

CompuServe will deliver code, tools and documentation to Creative Systems Programming Corporation. This deal will allow Creative Systems Programming Corporation to continue to provide industry leading tools to the OS/2 community for accessing the CompuServe Information Service and the Internet.

Larry B. Finkelsteinpresident of Creative Systems Programming Corporation, said, "We have been working with CompuServe since early this year to insure that the OS/2 community is represented and that development on OS2-CIM is continuing. We are very excited that we can now deliver new cutting edge products to the OS/2 community and that CompuServe has shown a commitment to serve this valuable customer base."

For up-to-the-minute information, visit the Golden CommPass Support Forum on CompuServe (GO GCPSUPPORT) or go to our world wide web site at http://www.cspcorp.com.

Founded in 1984 and a privately-held company, Creative Systems Programming Corporation designs custom applications for 32-bit operating systems and is a leading developer of communications software.

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Larry Finkelstein,
Jan 18, 2015, 8:36 AM
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