Whitewater Group

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Whitewater Group
Subsidiary of Symantec
Industry Computers
Fate Acquired
Founded Evanston, Illinois, U.S. (1988 (1988))
Headquarters United States
Parent Symantec

Whitewater Group is an Object-oriented software company in the United States. It was acquired by Symantec on June 9, 1992 for US$3.28 million.[1]


  • Whitewater Resource Editor for Windows (OEMed to Borland which later replaced it with Resource Workshop)
  • Actor object-oriented programming language
  • Designed and implemented (under contract) OWL 1.0 framework for Borland C++
  • Had active Object-oriented design services division


  1. ^ "Thomson Financial Mergers & Acquisitions". Alacra. Retrieved 2008-04-14.