As the two leading Smalltalk providers, GemStone and Cincom have worked together for more than a decade to offer Smalltalk solutions to industry-leading customers such as JPMorgan Chase, UBS Warburg, Orient Overseas Container Line and Texas Instruments.
What does STS stand for?
STS stands for Smalltalk Solutions
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Leandro Caniglia of Caesar Systems, LLC of Houston, Texas and Buenos Aires, Argentina will present at The Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC) Smalltalk Solutions 2008 conference, June 18-21 in Reno, Nevada.
GemStone Systems will continue to build Smalltalk solutions for its 125 plus current customers by enhancing the current version, GemStone/S 5.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 4, 1998--Cincom Systems, one of the world's leading suppliers of application development technologies announced today at the Smalltalk Solutions 98 conference and exhibition, availability of its newest release of the ObjectStudio development environment, including the tightly integrated team support capabilities of Softlab's ENABLER(tm).
The company also sponsors several international software development conferences and exhibitions, including the 1996 International Java Developers Conference, Object Expo (in New York), C++ World (Chicago), Smalltalk Solutions (New York), Object Expo Europe (London), Objects in Business (London), Object Expo France (Paris), OOP '96 (Munich), and Software DevCon (Wiesbaden).
Even before the addition of IBM's Smalltalk products, Versant offered amongst the broadest range of Smalltalk solutions in the object database industry.
owns and produces seven international technical software-development conferences and exhibitions worldwide, including: Object Expo (New York), Object Expo Europe (London), C++ World (Chicago), Smalltalk Solutions (New York), OOP (Munich, Germany), Software DevCon (Wiesbaden, Germany), and XWorld featuring Cross Platform Strategies (New York).
The agreement consists of sales and marketing activities which combine the strengths of both companies to enhance the delivery of distributed Smalltalk solutions for IS departments in Fortune 1000 organizations.