HiltonSoft has experience in the technology field for 34 years. Below is a list of some of the historic technologies we have experienced during this time.
In 1980, we purchased a Radio Shack micro computer with dual floppy drives to start programming an inventory system for California school food services using a DOS based language called Basic.
The first micro computer we purchased with a hard drive in 1985 was an IBM and it cost $14,966.00. We upgraded the inventory system and others to a language called COBOL.
In the early 2000's, myself, I acquired two nicknames from my clients: 1) mouse-because I love cheese & eat it all day and 2) data queen-because I can produce informative answers to business needs from databases quickly.