Tag: Software

BookWriter Professional: Flagship Software for Booksellers

BookWriter Professional is a new application created by Tom Sawyer, co-founder of Interloc and Alibris, serving as Chief Software Engineer from 1993-2001. His past creations include BookMaster, Record Manager, BookMate, Book Prices Realized, and the UIEE data exchange format. Last…

BookWriter Web for HomeBase Interview with Tom Sawyer

BookWriter Web was created by Thomas A. Sawyer, co-founder and software designer for Interloc/Alibris, as well as the creator of the UIEE information exchange format used by booksellers worldwide. Tom was previously interviewed in two IOBA articles (http://www.ioba.org/newsletter/archive/v8/tomsawyer.html andhttp://www.ioba.org/newsletter/archive/v9/bwwebinterview1.html). In this…

Charles Vilnis – BookRouter & Allusive Information Systems

URLS: http://www.allusys.com and http://www.bookrouter.com When Shirley Bryant approached me with a request to do an interview for the IOBA’s The Standard newsletter, it forced me to reflect on what it is my colleagues and I do at Allusive Information Systems and how we…

Tom Sawyer – BookWriter Web

BookWriter Web: Getting Your Inventory Where it Belongs — In Front of Buyers! Tom Sawyer is a co-founder of Interloc and Alibris. He served as Chief Software Engineer from 1993-2001. Over the years, he has developed many widely used programs…

Tom Sawyer, Creator of Record Manager, BookMaster, BookMate and now BookWriter

Tom Sawyer is an éminence grise of the Internet bookselling world. He is the creator of the UIEE format that has become the de facto industry standard, the developer of BookMaster, Record Manager and BookMate software — and now, the soon-to-be-released BookWriter.…

The Interview: Andy Gutterman – MyOwnBookshop.com

Database URL: http://www.myownbookshop.com Andy, when will MyOwnBookshop.com launch? Target launch date is set for November 15, 2002. What was your purpose in starting a online book database (i.e., to help online booksellers, to get a database that does what you think…