In Pictures: Lotus pioneers. Where are they now?

IBM kills Lotus name, but software, key players, live on

Larry Moore

Larry Moore was vice president and general manager of the Communications Products Division/Lotus Notes from 1988-1992 and the motivating force behind the release of Lotus Notes. His colleagues credit his management and marketing expertise for much of Notes initial success. One of his strategies included the creation of the Lotus Notes reseller channel. Today, Moore works with Halvorsen on the Clear Ballot Group project.

On the end of Lotus: "As to how I feel: a little sad but, in reality, the acquisition was in 1994, so it’s probably time," says Moore.

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