One year ago

Thomson Investment Software (TIS) joined the bandwagon of North American software publishers seeking to grow its non-US client base. At the time, most vendors agreed that the US market was becoming saturated, compared to Europe and Asia, before the Asian crisis set in. The company's goal was to increase revenue by 20 per cent, and get half its sales from non-US sources (April 25, 1997).

Editor's note:

Earlier this year, TIS reported overall growth in 1997 of 48 per cent. Sales from the

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