Sausage Software was an Australian software company, founded by entrepreneur Steve Outtrim, which produced one of the world's most successful web editors: the HotDog web authoring tool.What kind of server does Sausage Software use?
A Java Electronic Commerce Server (JECS), a generalized middleware layer serving Java Applets with database data on request via an XML -like request/response protocol. Their website was one of the most popular at the time, receiving 250,000 hits per day in 1996. ^ "Sausage Software Copyright Information".What was Sausage Software worth before the dot com crash?
Sausage Software — known since 2000 as SMS Management & Technology — was one of the brightest burning Aussie dot coms in the turn-of-the-century tech boom. At its peak, just before the dot com crash in April 2000, Sausage shares hit $40, briefly valuing the company at close to $1 billion. A year later the stock had fallen to $1.80.When did Sausage Software merge with solution 6?
The April 2000 dot com crash scuttled a $1.6 billion takeover offer by another dot com darling, accounting software maker Solution 6. Sausage later merged with SMS in a $220 million deal.