Local company exports Y2K fix

Local company exports Y2K fix

Following its global partnership agreement with Compuware, Australian software company Inforsoft is set to tap into a $50 million market with an automated product designed to beat millennium date problems in mainframe applications written in Natural.

Estimates suggest that the costs of using the do-it-yourself package, INFO 2000, could undercut consultancy fees for the same job by up to two-thirds.

Because Natural applications are prevalent in medium to large organisations worldwide, European demand could skyrocket if the UK adopts the European currency, a move which would add to the date change headaches in the region.

Pricing varies according to the size of the organisation and code chosen and may be obtained by contacting:


Tel (02) 6230 2433

Fax (02) 6230 2473

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