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Com Share Ann Arbor Michigan Ph. (313)761-4040
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Com-Share was originally founded in 1966 by employees at the University of Michigan. The company initially focused its business on time-sharing, a then-growing concept where several users would remotely share the same mainframe to perform computer tasks. Their proprietary software, Commander II, helped manage users' schedules and processes to prevent system conflicts. In 1968, they took the company public.
Through the 1970s and 80s, Com-Share shifted its focus to data analysis software and found general success in the market. However, much of their software was made for the IBM operating system, which was made largely obsolete to Microsoft Windows in the 1990s. Com-Share is now defunct.