New Command Structure For Bridge's Data Service Addresses Clumsy Interface


Bridge Information Systems Inc. has built a prototype of a menu-driven command structure for PC- and workstation-based users of its real-time financial information system.

According to Bridge officials, the new command structure will likely be available free of charge to users in several weeks' time--though it will not be available for Bridge's dumb terminal users in the foreseeable future.

The development is aimed at answering a widespread user complaint that the existing command structure-

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