Microsoft has set up a new Application Developers Customer Unit (ADCU) worldwide to try and make its tools more attractive to vertical market ISVs and customers. The unit will employ 200 staff in the US, 200 in Europe and 100 in Asia, and will be headed by Charles Stevens, former vice president of Microsoft Far East, from September. The unit will focus sales and marketing resources on persuading software developers to write to Windows NT and on trying to interest corporate budget-holders in its product set.
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