SEYMOUR I. RUBINSTEIN

“The guy who invented the personal computer industry.”

John C. Dvorak

Inventor of groundbreaking word processor program WordStar – “the first software that gave value to the personal computer.”

John C. Dvorak.

A software pioneer who changed the face of personal computing, Seymour Rubinstein is transforming the way we search with WebThresher, a game- changing search tool that is likely to revolutionize the industry.

Other career highlights:

Inventor of groundbreaking word processor program WordStar, “the first software that gave value to the personal computer.” (John C. Dvorak)

Inventor of an innovative spreadsheet program that was compatible with Lotus 1-2-3. Purchased by Borland International and named QuattroPro, the program became an industry standard.

Founder and CEO of Micropro International, a multimillion-dollar software company and the first to localize a software program for European and international markets.

Creator of the first end-user software licensing agreement, which accelerated the growth of the software industry.

Author and owner of numerous software patents, ranging from word processing applications to the first patent awarded for search.

Seymour Rubinstein Portrait