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Real Software to Donate 5% of Sales to Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami Relief EffortsPortion of Sales From March 20-26 Will Be Given to American Red Cross' Relief Fund for Japan (March 17, 2011)
AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 03/17/11 -- Real Software, creator of object-oriented, cross-platform software development tools for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux and the web, today announced it will be donating 5% of the company's total sales for the week of March 20-26 to the American Red Cross' earthquake and tsunami relief fund for Japan. All of Real Software's products including new licenses on its Desktop and Web Editions, renewals, upgrades and support plans will be applicable.
"Allocating a portion of sales for our neighbors in Japan after this devastating disaster is one small way we can help," said Geoff Perlman, Founder and CEO of Real Software.
About Real Studio
Real Studio is a full-featured cross-platform software development tool suited to creating a wide range of applications, from utilities to enterprise-class applications. Real Studio Personal Edition for Windows, Linux or Mac OS X is priced at $99 and is geared for hobbyists and students. Real Studio Professional Edition, required for cross-platform (Mac OS X, Windows and Linux) compilation, is $299. Real Studio Web Edition is now available and priced at $599. Real Studio Enterprise Edition, made for full-time developers, is priced at $995, and offers the ability to develop and deploy on Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and the web. For more information or to download Real Studio today, visit Real Software at http://www.realsoftware.com/download.
About Real Software
Real Software provides Real Studio, a cross-platform desktop, console and web development tool. Real Software was founded in 1996 and is based in Austin, Texas. For more information visit www.realsoftware.com or call 866.825.2114.
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