A budget DOS spreadsheet that offered a degree of Lotus 1-2-3 compatibility that was introduced by Interface Technologies Corporation in 1986. It was primarily sold on price but included a few features specifically designed for developers.
The software had a number of limitations and an oddball service contract that required you to pay USD 20 for each bug fixed. It did manage to gain some ground in the educational market albeit at a steep discount, some users were able to get hold of the software for as little as USD 30.
- A review of Farsight - 1986 - From Infoworld magazine.
License and availability
- Discontinued commercial software, original retail price USD 99