Look Who Chooses Tenberry Software:

IBM
Lotus
DEC
Computer Associates
Borland
Siemens
NCR
Hitachi
Dragon Systems
Sega
ABB
Informix
Sybase
Gupta
Chase Manhattan Bank
U.S. Sprint
Analog Devices
Sitka
Quarterdeck
Symantec
Xilinx
3Com
Ingres
WATCOM
Electronic Arts
Sierra Online
Maxis
Adobe
Novell
NEC
mbp Software
Software Toolworks
General Electric
Zenith
Xerox
LucasArts
Dun & Bradstreet
Hyundai
AT&T
Intel
Exxon
GTE
Rockwell International
Visa
DataEase
Liant
Legent
Mitsubishi
K Mart
QMS
CCH Computax
Baxter Healthcare
IRI
Becton Dickinson
EDS
Alpha
Eastman Kodak
Virgin Interactive
and thousands more...


Tenberry Software, Inc.
Tools for DOS & Windows Programmers
P.O.Box 20050, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269, USA
1.480.767.8709 fax
1.480.767.8868 phone
<info@tenberry.com>


Tenberry Software (formerly known as Rational Systems, Inc.) is the creator of the industry standard DOS extender, DOS/16M, as well as the widely accepted DOS/4G series of extenders, and the C language productivity tool InstantC.

When you choose a Tenberry product, you're in good company. For more than a decade, we have delivered high quality support to professional developers. Tenberry has supplied excellence for Fortune 500 companies, universities, government departments, and software companies ranging in size from individual consultancies to computer industry giants like IBM, Computer Associates, and Lotus.

Our OEM products include DOS/4GX, the DOS extender built into Quarterdeck's DESQview/X environment, and InstantC/X, the development environment for DESQview/X, as well as DOS/4GW, bundled with WATCOM C/C++ and FORTRAN, Liant RM/FORTRAN, mbp COBOL, CA Realia COBOL, CA/Clipper, and the Borland dBASE Compiler.

Tenberry's engineers average fifteen years of systems development experience. Code we have written runs on millions of personal computers every day.

When you choose Tenberry, you choose quality.


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