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- n. merchandise consisting of a computer program that is offered for sale
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BI had been using a software product called SAFE for its on-line branch system, and another called FAATS for its ATM, and the results were satisfactory.
For example, End-Note, a computer software product to help scholars and students keep track of their bibliographic references, diffused very widely in the United States via peer networks, in part because the high-tech company marketing EndNote did not purchase advertising.