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'''APLNow LLC''' (formerly known as '''APL2000''', which is retained as a service mark for its products) is the vendor of [[APL+Win]]. In addition to APL+Win, APLNow developed the discontinued [[VisualAPL]] and is now working on [[APL64]], a 64-bit successor to APL+Win. After Financial Reporting Software (soon to be LEX2000, after its main product) bought the rights to APL products including [[APL*PLUS/WIN]] from Manugistics (formerly [[STSC]]) in 1995,<ref>PRNewswire press release ([http://apl2000.com/press1.php reprint]). 1995-10-23.</ref> it was formed as a subsidiary to sell these products. LEX2000 was purchased by [[wikipedia:Cognos|Cognos]] in 1999,<ref>Business Wire press release ([http://apl2000.com/press4.php reprint]). 1999-01-25.</ref> and in 2005 APL2000's assets were purchased by the employee-owned business APLNow LLC, which adopted the name APL2000.<ref>Press release ([http://apl2000.com/press5.php reprint]). 2005-06-29.</ref>
'''APLNow LLC''' (formerly known as '''APL2000''', which is retained as a service mark for its products) is the vendor of [[APL+Win]]. In addition to APL+Win, APLNow developed the discontinued [[VisualAPL]] and is now working on [[APL64]], a 64-bit successor to APL+Win. After Financial Reporting Software (soon to be LEX2000, after its main product) bought the rights to APL products including [[APL*PLUS/WIN]] from Manugistics (formerly [[STSC]]) in 1995,<ref>PRNewswire press release ([http://apl2000.com/press1.php reprint]). 1995-10-23.</ref> it was formed as a subsidiary to sell these products. LEX2000 was purchased by [[wikipedia:Cognos|Cognos]] in 1999,<ref>Business Wire press release ([http://apl2000.com/press4.php reprint]). 1999-01-25.</ref> and in 2005 APL2000's assets were purchased by the employee-owned business APLNow LLC, which adopted the name APL2000.<ref>Press release ([http://apl2000.com/press5.php reprint]). 2005-06-29.</ref>
APL2000, and later APLNow, held the [[APL2000 user conferences]] from 1996 to 2014.


== References ==
== References ==

Revision as of 15:35, 27 May 2020

APL2000 redirects here. For the 2000 APL conference, see APL00.

APLNow LLC (formerly known as APL2000, which is retained as a service mark for its products) is the vendor of APL+Win. In addition to APL+Win, APLNow developed the discontinued VisualAPL and is now working on APL64, a 64-bit successor to APL+Win. After Financial Reporting Software (soon to be LEX2000, after its main product) bought the rights to APL products including APL*PLUS/WIN from Manugistics (formerly STSC) in 1995,[1] it was formed as a subsidiary to sell these products. LEX2000 was purchased by Cognos in 1999,[2] and in 2005 APL2000's assets were purchased by the employee-owned business APLNow LLC, which adopted the name APL2000.[3]

APL2000, and later APLNow, held the APL2000 user conferences from 1996 to 2014.

References

  1. PRNewswire press release (reprint). 1995-10-23.
  2. Business Wire press release (reprint). 1999-01-25.
  3. Press release (reprint). 2005-06-29.

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