NECC 2001, CHICAGO, IL, June 25, 2001—COMPanion Corporation announced today that Alexandria 5.43 for Mac OS X will be available on June 25. This new release will be a free upgrade to current customers and it will be demonstrated at the National Educational Computing Conference in Chicago, Illinois, June 25-27 (Booth# 1251 & 1253).
"Since we announced Alexandria for Mac OS X, the response has been very positive and enthusiastic," said Bill Schjelderup, founder and President of COMPanion Corporation. "The Macintosh community is very important to us and we are committed to continue producing the best library automation solution for the Mac platform."
"Mac OS X marries the power and stability of UNIX with the elegance and simplicity typical of the Mac environment," said Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. "Now that Alexandria is optimized for Mac OS X, its users can enjoy the groundbreaking enhancements of Apple's next generation operation system, such as memory protection, preemptive multitasking, and faster standards-based networking."
COMPanion Corporation, headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, is the developer of Alexandria—best known for its power and ease of use. Alexandria offers the best cross platform library automation solution for Windows and Macintosh. Alexandria provides software solutions to the K-12 education market, public and special/corporate libraries. For over 12 years, COMPanion has established itself as a leader in the K-12 education market.