Btrieve Technologies, the database engine manufacturer, is bidding to enhance awareness of its products both with end users and with developers and resellers. Formerly the database arm of Novell, Btrieve now markets products aimed at numerous platforms and architectures, and is seeking increased developer and Var support through a series of seminars under the banner of the Solution Network Application Programme (SNAP).
Btrieve marketing manager Paul Idelson has promised to extend the SNAP initiative over the next couple of months. As part of its broadening market focus, the company has announced that its products will be TCP/IP as well as SPX compliant. Previously, both the btrieve engine and Scalable SQL supported SPX as the protocol on NetWare and Windows NT Advanced Server. Btrieve has no UK office, and its European headquarters are in Paris. It uses System Science and Southdown House as UK distributors.
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