Base One International

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Base One International Corporation
Industry Computer software
Founded 1993
Headquarters New York City
Products BFC, Base One Number Class
Services Base One Consulting

Base One International Corp. (BOIC) developed software for constructing database applications and distributed computing systems. Headquartered in New York City, the company was founded in 1993 and expanded in 1997 through the founding of its subsidiary, Base One Software Pvt. Ltd., in Bangalore, India. Base One held a number of U.S. patents related to its technologies for distributed computing and high-precision arithmetic.[1]

The company's principal product, the Base One Foundation Component Library (BFC), is a rapid application development (RAD) toolkit aimed at users of Microsoft Visual Studio in conjunction with any of the major commercial DBMS products from Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Sybase, or MySQL. Customers include the U.S. Government and Fortune 500 companies in finance, insurance, media, and communications.

In August 2014, Base One International closed operations.


  1. ^ GRIDtoday. Patent Granted for Database-Centric Distributed Computing[permanent dead link], March 26, 2007. Accessed October 4, 2007.

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