Software Arts Inc. was a software company founded by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston in 1979 to develop VisiCalc, which was published by a separate company, Personal Software Inc., later named VisiCorp.
Software Arts also developed TK!Solver, a numeric equation solving system originally developed by Milos Konopasek, and Spotlight, "a desktop organizer for the IBM Personal Computer."
By early 1984 InfoWorld estimated that Software Arts was the world's 13th-largest microcomputer-software company, with $12 million in 1983 sales. It was bought by Lotus in 1985
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