RealWorld Heals Breach with Synchronics

November 1997
Accounting Technology;Nov97, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on RealWorld Corp.'s establishment of a new relationship with Synchronics, three years after former RealWorld president Murray Fish accused Synchronics of software piracy in 1994. Replacement of Fish with Kurl Muffelman; Agreement of the two companies to encourage point-of-sale users to purchase upgrades and develop marketing opportunities for resellers who handle product lines from both companies.


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