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Vermeer Technologies Incorporated was a software company founded in 1994 by Charles H. Ferguson and Randy Forgaard. Its products were a Web site development tool, called FrontPage, and a Web server to complement developing in FrontPage, called Personal Web Server. They launched the initial version of FrontPage on October 2, 1995.
The company's birth, development and sale was the subject of Ferguson's 1999 book, High St@kes, No Prisoners.
The start of the company was described in a Harvard Business School case, "Vermeer Technologies (A): A Company is Born" (HBS 9-397-078).
Even after Microsoft acquired FrontPage, the software continued to store proprietary configuration settings in directories whose names started with _vti. The letters VTI stand for Vermeer Technologies Inc.
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- Microsoft Press release announcing Vermeer acquisition
- History of Frontpage by SEO Consultants
- W3C paper on Distributed Web authoring (including timeline)
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