OpenGraph and GraphBuilder Version 5.0 CDs Ships For Rhapsody DR2,
OpenStep/Mach, and OpenStep Enterprise Enabled Windows NT and Windows 95

VVI Data Control Specialists
311 Adams Avenue
State College, PA 16803 USA
814-234-9613 or 888-DCS-OPEN (888-327-6736)
814-234-9614 (FAX);

State College, PA USA, 16 June 1998: VVI Data Control Specialists (VVI-DCS)
today announced availability of the OpenGraph and GraphBuilder Version 5.0
CDs. Version 5.0 includes many improvements (see and comprehensive data reporting
solutions for OpenStep, Rhapsody DR2, and OpenStep Enterprise enabled
Windows NT and Windows 95. The CDs include an easy-to-use self-explanatory
installer application for both server and client configurations. Each CD is
fully compatible with OpenStep/Mach, Windows 95, Windows NT version 4.0,
and Rhapsody DR2 and automounts on all those operating systems for easy
access. Additional specifications are found at

About VVI-DCS: VVI Data Control Specialists (VVI-DCS) was cofounded in 1989
by Ed VanVliet and John Brilhart, subsequently incorporated in 1992 and is
currently a privately held corporation. Since its founding VVI-DCS expanded
to be the leading independent supplier of data reporting software in the
OpenStep marketplace. VVI-DCS’s customers comprise world leading companies
in the banking, biotechnology, chemical, financial services, manufacturing,
and pharmaceutical industries. Systems VVI-DCS helped build have been
operational for years and at this time are monitoring billions of dollars
worth of products in real-time and on a global scale. These systems are, in
part, based on VVI-DCS’s OpenGraph.

About OpenGraph: OpenGraph is a framework of Objective-C and C++ objects
for reporting data in graph and textual formats and consists of a graph
building application and pre-built objects. OpenGraph accepts real-time
feeds from any source and serves as a graphing front-end for real-time
financial analysis, transaction, production and inventory analysis,
database systems, and instrumentation. OpenGraph is fully object-oriented
and is well suited to systems which require reliability, exacting
specifications and performance.