People & deals
- Asymetrix and Aimtech: What's the deal? Fritz, Mark // EMedia Professional;Oct97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p117
Focuses on the acquisition of Asymetrix Corp. of Aimtech Corp. Benefits of the acquisition for Asymetrix; First product-related move of the bigger Asymetrix; Opinion of Gartner Group's Bob Gill on the acquisition.
- Asymetrix poised to scoop up Aimtech. // PC Week;06/30/97, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p3
Announces that Asymetrix signed a letter in June, 1997 to purchase Aimtech. Aimtech as a supplier of cross-platform, multimedia authoring systems for corporate, government and education markets; Asymetrix's plans for Aimtech.
- Visual Basic add-in for Java applets. Carey, Theresa W. // Inter@ctive Week;05/01/97 - special issue, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p14
Reports on TVObjects Corp.'s introduction of the Applet Designer Professional software. Features and capabilities; Typical applications.
- Applet Designer brews Java from Visual Basic. Stoughton, Alan M. // InfoWorld;5/12/97, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p98
Reviews the Java development tool Applet Designer Professional 1.5 from TVObjects Corp.
- Eye candy. // PC Week;11/8/93, Vol. 10 Issue 44, PC Week Inside pA6
Reports on Asymetrix Corp.'s full-features multimedia screen saver. Choice of shows; Shipping of `Jurassic Park: The Screen Saver'; Question regarding product's effect on the nations productivity.
- Asymetrix refocuses multimedia efforts. Schroeder, Erica // PC Week;4/18/94, Vol. 11 Issue 15, p12
Reports on Asymetrix Corp.'s revamp of its multimedia plans. Release of Multimedia Toolbook 3.0; Plans for upgraded version of Compel presentation-graphics software for Windows; Deals with Novell Incorporated.
- Asymetrix retools with layoffs and narrower focus. Morrissey, Jane // PC Week;1/23/95, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p1102
Reports on the reduction of Asymetrix Corp.'s workforce as part of reorganization. Sale of screen-saver products line; Concentration on software development.
- Asymetrix: Writing a new ToolBook chapter. Berst, Jesse // PC Week;11/1/93, Vol. 10 Issue 43, p148
Predicts that software company Asymetrix is going to make a comeback in 1994. Criticism that Asymetrix is not serious; Use of two-thirds of its money on research and development; Hampering of ToolBook by murky positioning when Visual Basic came out; Need for the updating of Multimedia ToolBook...
- Asymetrix VARs. Freedman, Beth // PC Week;5/30/94, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p123
Reports on Asymetrix Corp.'s VAR programs namely the Database Value-Added Reseller Program for InfoModeler and the Multimedia Value-Added Reseller Program for ToolBook.