Central Point Software president Corey Smith.
CENTRAL POINT SOFTWARE president Corey Smith on the future of his company, which he says depends on whether operating system vendors will incorporate key utility features into their own system products: That (issue) is the basis for whether we are going to become a $200 million company or stay a $50 million one. But looking at the market today, the people with utilities are the ones that need them the least, and the ones that need them the most don't even know what utilities do." (Quoted in InfoWorld, 1/14/91)
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|Title Annotation:||quote on his company's future|
|Date:||Jan 17, 1991|
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