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Here's what the press is saying:

Calc4Web (formerly TurboExcel)

January 2005
Institutional Investor
Spreadsheet Squabble

November 2004
InfoWorld
Code cruncher transforms Excel

November 2004
USA Today
Microsoft demands company take 'Excel' out of its name


November 2004
NewsFactor
Microsoft's Ownership of Trademark in Doubt


November 2004
CNET
Microsoft registers trademark--19 years late


November 2004
WebPro News
Microsoft Challenges Company Over Trademark


November 2004
Linux Business Week
Is That Sound the Death Knell for Microsoft's Spreadsheet Monopoly?


November 2004
PC Magazine
Microsoft issues 'Excel' trademark challenge


November 2004
Top Tech News
Microsoft's Ownership of Trademark in Doubt


November 2004
Go4I
Microsoft demands company take 'Excel' out of its name


November 2004
Patentist
Break out the champagne and lawyers!


November 2004
Insanely-Great
Microsoft Excel: First On Mac, Last to be Registered


November 2004
Winsider
Microsoft demands company take 'Excel' out of its name


November 2004
Community MX
Steve Jobs Should Name the next iMac "Excel"


November 2004
SlashDot
Excel Registered as Trademark, 19 Years Late


November 2004
New Amerika
Microsoft is having problems with trademarks again


November 2004
Dev Articles
Microsoft REALLY Doesn't Own Excel


November 2004
TechSpot
Microsoft does not own "Excel"


November 2004
The Inquirer
Microsoft doesn't own Excel, it appears


November 2004
Information Week
IT Confidential


August 2004
InfoWorld
Good IT science where you least expect it


June 2004
TechWeb
Savvysoft Software Said To Speed Excel


June 2004
Wall Street & Technology
Trading Vendors Tout Speed and Integration for Fragmented Markets


June 2004
Windows in Financial Services
Savvysoft Announces Patent-Pending Software To Run Excel 300 Times Faster; Migrate Excel To Other Systems 500 Times Faster; While Eliminating Operational Spreadsheet Risk


Derivatives Software

December 2006
Risk
Risk Magazine Ranks Savvysoft #1 In Derivatives Analytics For Third Year In A Row

December 2005
Risk
Risk Magazine Again Ranks Savvysoft #1 In Derivatives Analytics

August 2005
Euromoney
Savvysoft #1 Again in Latest Euromoney Magazine Survey


December 2004
Risk
Savvysoft #1 Derivatives Analytics Vendor In Risk Magazine Customer Survey


August 2004
Euromoney
Savvysoft Garners Two Of Four Awards In Euromoney's First Annual Financial Technology Survey


June 2003
Wall Street & Technology
Sky's The Limit With STARS


August 1999
Dow Jones
Savvysoft Nabs Morgan Stanley Equity Derivatives Trader


August 1999
Bloomberg
Savvysoft hires Stanley Choung as Product Development Director


June 1999
Dow Jones
Derivatives Pioneers: Rich Tanenbaum, The Tech Master


March 1999
Risk
The Full Monte -- nearly


February 1999
Risk
The Electronic Quant


August 1998
Risk
New Model Army


August 1998
Derivatives Strategy
Spreadsheet Shootout


March 1998
Financial Products
Swimming With Sharks


January 1998
Risk
Unity and Power


August 1995
Dow Jones
New Company Bids To Bust Wall Street Hold on Derivative Pricing


August 1995
Bloomberg
New Software Figures Risks of ‘Exotic’ Derivatives


August 1995
American Banker
Developer of Option Pricing Tool Glad He Opted Out of BT in ’89

 

 
 

"Once you’ve used Calc4Web, you may find that you simply can’t be without it."

Rick Grehan, InfoWorld

"It's not just cool. It's simple."

Tom Yager, InfoWorld

"With Calc4Web, I'm able to write sophisticated C++ programs in minutes using only an Excel spreadsheet. Doing it directly in C++ would take several days."

Jerome Montpetit, Risk Manager, Canadian Financial Institution

"A highly specialized tool that can bring significant benefits to some development tasks."

Peter Aitken, DevSource

"Calc4Web does just one thing: converts Excel spreadsheets and VBA to C++ DLLs and addins. But the implications of this, and it's myriad uses, are much more far-reaching in terms of latency reduction and productivity enhancement."

Andy Webb, e-FOREX

     
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