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September 22, 1992 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Strategic Alliance: Systems & Software Inc., a 14-year-old software company in Irvine, has formed a strategic alliance with Microsoft Corp. to develop tools to improve software development on personal computers. Under the agreement, Systems & Software will have rights to use Microsoft's copyrighted source code for its C and C++ programming languages. The agreement allows Systems & Software to develop programmer's tools, such as programs that remove "bugs," or errors, from software under design.
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September 22, 1992 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Strategic Alliance: Systems & Software Inc., a 14-year-old software company in Irvine, has formed a strategic alliance with Microsoft Corp. to develop tools to improve software development on personal computers. Under the agreement, Systems & Software will have rights to use Microsoft's copyrighted source code for its C and C++ programming languages. The agreement allows Systems & Software to develop programmer's tools, such as programs that remove "bugs," or errors, from software under design.
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BUSINESS
April 1, 1999
SM&A Corp., Newport Beach provider of management services, said it acquired Systems Integration Software Inc. in Colorado Springs, Colo., for cash. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. SIS, which has about 30 professional employees, will move to SM&A's new facility, also in Colorado Springs.
BUSINESS
October 26, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Telelogic AB, a Swedish software company, agreed to buy Irvine-based rival Continuus Software Corp. for $42 million in stock, the companies announced Wednesday. Telelogic, which makes software used for programming cellular phones, said it will pay $3.46 per Continuus share, 29% higher than the closing price Tuesday. As the technology sector took a beating Wednesday in the stock market, Continuus Software's stock rose 22%, or 59 cents a share, to $3.28 in Nasdaq trading.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SACRAMENTO -- California's secretary of state on Monday filed a lawsuit to try to force a voting machine company to pay damages for selling unauthorized systems to five California counties. A spokeswoman for Secretary of State Debra Bowen said the lawsuit seeks about $15 million from Elections Systems & Software Inc. of Omaha.
BUSINESS
January 28, 1994
* Glenda Hoffman has joined Schraff Group, a Fountain Valley advertising and public relations firm, as art director. She was formerly involved in graphic promotions for Ingram Micro Inc., a Santa Ana computer products distributor. In addition, Jeff Perry was appointed senior copywriter. He also worked at Ingram Micro and was marketing communications manager at FVC Systems & Software Inc. in Irvine. * Hollon H. Bridges Jr.
BUSINESS
June 3, 2006 | Marc Lifsher, Times Staff Writer
An Oakland company that provides electronic voting machines in California and 19 other states is drawing scrutiny over its acquisition last year by a group of Venezuelan investors with past business ties to the government of President Hugo Chavez. Voters in 20 California counties Tuesday will use voting machines provided by Sequoia Voting Systems, the country's oldest maker of election equipment.
NEWS
December 10, 2000 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 10:34 a.m., the fax arrived from Marion County, horse country in central Florida: "We do NOT know how long this will take." Minutes later, there was another from Duval County, near the Georgia line: "This is tantamount to a guess." And one from Bradford County, near the college town of Gainesville: "We are in a bit of limbo." One by one, the messages--more than 100 pages from more than 30 of Florida's 67 counties--kept the fax machine humming Saturday at the Leon County Courthouse here.
NEWS
December 11, 2000 | From Times Staff Writers
While Bill Culp Jr. was election director of Mecklenburg County in North Carolina, voting machine salesmen were eager to treat him to a very good time. One salesman paid for two days at the historic La Fonda Hotel on the main plaza in Santa Fe, N.M. A company manager took Culp and about 20 other county commissioners and election officials to dinner and dancing at an expensive Houston steakhouse.
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