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IntelliCorp (software)

IntelliCorp
Industry Software, SAP ERP
Founded Menlo Park, California (1980)
Headquarters San Jose, California, US
Products LiveCompare, LiveModel and LiveInterface
Website www.intellicorp.com/
Footnotes / references
Founders (Douglas Brutlag, Peter Friedland, Edward Feigenbaum)

IntelliCorp (IC) is a software company that provides, develops, and markets SAP application lifecycle management, business process management and data management software for SAP customers and partners. IntelliCorp applications deliver automatic intelligent impact analysis of SAP systems and are SAP Integration Certified.[1]

History

Founded in 1980, IC marketed an early expert system environment (Knowledge Engineering Environment - KEE)[2] for development and deployment of knowledge systems on the Lisp machines that had several advanced features, such as truth maintenance. While moving KEE functionality [3] to the PC, IC created one of the early object-oriented technologies for commercial programming development environments (LiveModel).

The company was also one of the UML Partners, a consortium which helped develop the standards for UML, the Unified Modeling Language.[4][5]

References

  1. ^ IntelliCorp Gains Momentum With Addition of New Customers Worldwide
  2. ^ Knowledge Engineering Environment (KEE) Encyclopedia of Computer Languages
  3. ^ Teaching object-oriented programming with the KEE system
  4. ^ History of UML
  5. ^ UML FAQ
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