SoftWire offers free graphical programming extension

Middleboro, MA—SoftWire Technology is offering its SoftWire platform free of charge to any individual or corporation worldwide.

10/19/2004


Middleboro, MA— SoftWire Technology is offering its SoftWire platform free of charge to any individual or corporation worldwide. This software package allows users to quickly and easily create software applications in .NET without having to write any code. Users simply select the GUI controls required for the application from over 200 provided, and then connect the controls with simple drag-and-drop wires.

'By offering this product for free, we will provide an open graphical programming standard that will benefit the entire measurement industry,' says Bendrix Bailey, SoftWire's CEO. 'We already have a number of OEMs that have committed to standardize on SoftWire, and that number will rise dramatically as people consider the powerful software they may now provide their customers at no charge.'

Presently in its fifth generation, SoftWire software is used to develop and implement applications that automate engineering and business processes in all types of industries.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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