Quantrix

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Quantrix Modeler
Developer(s) Quantrix
Stable release 4.0 / 1Q 2011
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
Type Spreadsheet
License Proprietary EULA
Website www.quantrix.com

Quantrix is a spreadsheet program modeled after the pioneering Lotus Improv, and introduced by Lighthouse Design for NeXTSTEP and OPENSTEP in the early '90s when Lotus stopped selling Improv. Like Improv, Quantrix has been adopted primarily by the financial industry, where its ability to manipulate various “categories” or "dimensions" makes it easy to view forecasts, budgets, risk analysis, financial projections and all types of complex data modeling.

The first version of Quantrix on the NeXT/OPENSTEP platform was discontinued when Lighthouse Design was acquired by Sun Microsystems in 1996. Peter Murray, founder and CTO of Quantrix led the Lighthouse Quantrix development team at the time, but did not go to Sun. He decided in early 2002 to rejuvenate the concept from scratch with modern day technologies, which is when the current Quantrix (Modeler) began to take shape.

Quantrix was acquired by ID Business Solutions in August 2010.[1]

References[edit]

The following reference information was retrieved from Quantrix's web site.