We buy old software!

EMS Professional Software buys all kinds of old software for microcomputers. If you have something you might wish to sell, please email details (do not telephone!). The more details we have, the more competitive our quote can be. If you have many products, it may be best to check our interest before you spend too much time detailing your products.

E-Mail us with the above details for a quote. All terms below are trademarks of their respective holders.

While we buy almost anything (at some price), we especially need programming and database software.
Some examples:

Aztec C80/ROM Version 1.06
Blaise Turbo Power Tools Plus V5.1
Blaise Turbo Async Plus V5.0
Blaise Computing, WIN++ C++ Class Library
Blaise Computing, C Asynch Manager version 4.0
Borland C++ 5.01
Borland dbase ver 5.6 and up full version
Borland dBASE IV Compiler
Borland dBRun for dBASE 3+
Borland Delphi 3 and later
Borland Paradox software
Borland Pascal software
Borland Power Pack for DOS
Borland RapidFile
Borland Reflex
Borland Sidekick versions 97, 98, and 99
Borland Turbo Basic
Clipper (dBASE programming)
Clipper ProClip Library
Caldera WABI 2.2
Central Point Copy II PC Option Board
Citrix Winframe
Claris Filemaker Pro
Claris Works
Concentric Data Systems, R&R Report Writer for Unix
Copia Int., AccSys for Paradox
COSMIC 68HC16C Cross Compiler/Assembler
Database Decisions, Periscope Debugger
Databiten, Multigraphics Pro
DataEase 4.53/5.0 Developer Disks
Dataflex 2.3
Daytris CDB120
DBF Six Driver w Mach Six addon

We could go on, and on, and on, but this may give you some idea of the kind of material we especially want.

How to sell to us.
Old software we're currently selling
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Novell is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Sadly, their lawyers are destroying what was formerly a fine company. They are now simply the worst software company we've ever dealt with. We urge everyone to use great caution in any dealings with them. If your legal team hasn't carefully reviewed all license terms for liability, have them do it now! If you aren't certain you could easily survive a very rigorous audit, Novell's products aren't for you. Knowing what we do about them, EMS won't buy, sell, or support anything with Novell's name on it.