from the files : Trilogy/pcOder

Going through my old files/spring cleaning and turned up a bunch of old Trilogy/pcOrder.com stuff. Thought that Trilogy/pcOrder alums would get a kick out of these.

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pcOrder goes public

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Forbes Article — 1

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Forbes Article — 2

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Forbes Article — 3

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Forbes Article 4 — Christy and Carl

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Forbes Article 5

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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SalesBuilder Brochure

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ComputerWorld

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HP

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The other Forbes article

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The other Forbes article

This entry was posted in Enterprise Software, Entrepreneurship, Founders, Information Technology, Innovation, Start-Ups, Uncategorized, Venture Funding and tagged Austin, Forbes, HP, IBM, pcOrder, Trilogy. Bookmark the permalink.

Originally published at koablog.wordpress.com on May 21, 2018.

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