May 8, 2007 Alex Woodie
For many European software companies, the United States can be a difficult market to crack. In addition to differences in customs and language, the whole buying process in the U.S. is different than it is in Europe. For years, the French developer Arcad Software has tried to break into the lucrative U.S. market. Now, with the latest launch of the Arcad suite and an expansion of its office in New Hampshire, Arcad is gearing up for a sustained push into the U.S.
Arcad Software sells a unique mix of programmer utilities for the System i platform. At the heart of