Their intended product, also named "Ovation", was an integrated software suite aiming to compete against the industry leader at the time, Lotus 1-2-3. The company raised several million in capital and secured a distribution agreement with Tandy Corporation, including co-marketing with their line of Tandy 2000 computers.
However, despite building impressive demonstrations, culminating with a high-profile news conference staged at Manhattan's Windows on the World restaurant, the company ultimately was unable to ship their product, and filed for bankruptcy by the end of 1984.
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