Opening Windows: Bridge Focuses On GUIs For NewGeneration Of Data Platforms


Bridge Information Systems Inc. is bolstering its market data and analytics services by adding window-oriented graphical user interfaces to its DOS, UNIX and OS/2-based platforms. Sales executives are gearing up to place Microsoft Corp. Windows-, X Windows- and Presentation Manager-compatible services at Bridge's 1,000 customers worldwide.

The vendor exhibited a UNIX application of its services at the Securities Information Association's information management show in New York last month

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