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Providers of Enterprise Application Integration, XML and development services.
http://www.diagonal-solutions.co.uk/
Focuses on business activity monitoring and process management software.
http://www.accenx.com/
Produces solutions which enable healthcare providers to achieve improved clinical, financial and administ.
http://www.eclipsys.com/
Independent consultant specializing in APL with over 25 years professional experience.
http://www.rexswain.com/
Small firm doing some amazing things in APL. Note their work with APL/PostScript with their "RainPro" and "NewLeaf" products.
http://www.causeway.co.uk/
A UK company specialising in bespoke APL software.
http://www.optima-systems.co.uk/
French APL based company. Proudly announce a form "driven by an APL+Win Web Server".
http://www.lescasse.com/
A company doing big things in APL.
http://www.adaytum.com/
Revolutionary new desktop database publishing software that allows users to create print and electronic catalogs, directories, manuals, reference books.
http://www.patternstream.com/
Kexi Project Homepage. Kexi is considered as a long awaited Open Source competitor for Microsoft Access, Filemaker and Oracle Forms.
http://www.kexi-project.org/
Offers add-on products and utilities for several Basic languages for DOS. The entire catalog and some demo programs are available for download.
http://www.ethanwiner.com/
Open Source GPL Basic interpreter supporting Win32, UNIX, Linux. Rich set of features, many built-in functions.
http://www.scriptbasic.com/
A 32-bit BASIC compiler, with the syntax the most compatible possible with MS-QuickBASIC, that adds new features such as pointers, unsigned data types, inline-assembly.
http://www.freebasic.net/
Visual Script Language for Windows95, 98, NT and 2000.
http://www.obasic.com/
Produce applications for PICmicro without having to learn the relative complexity of assembler, or wade through the gibberish that is C.
http://www.picbasic.org/