ASP Brings News on Safer Downloads at SIC 2009

ASP Welcomes Software Professionals
July 8, 2008


Indiana, IN USA – ASP, the Association of Shareware Professionals, will be at the Software Industry Conference 2008 (SIC.ORG), held between July 17 and 19, taking place at the Boston Marriott Quincy in Massachusetts.

Along with a key speech on participation focusing on safer downloads, ASP is also organizing an ASP Lunch where all attending volunteers are recognized and rewarded for their service to the association. A hospitality room, where everybody is welcomed for discussions on the shareware community, will also include an interactive presentation, and one-to-one meetings.

“We are very happy to meet software developers and share knowledge that eventually takes the industry forward”, says Mike Dulin, President of the ASP. “ASP is coming to the SIC event to offer its support to all members during presentations and awards, to interact with as many software professionals as possible and present membership benefits. The SIC event is the major industry event of the year and we are looking forward to some challenging talks on software business there”, adds Mike Dulin.


Fred Clabuesch (Safer Downloads Project Manager and ASP Treasurer & Director) is giving a specialized presentation on Why Should you be Using File Downloading Services? together with Michael Halls on July 18th, 13.00 o’clock, in Room B.

ASP is the world’s main trade organization for independent software developers and vendors, focused on providing know-how through various events and resources. Software professionals have access to helpful business information, and archives providing useful assistance to newcomers.

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About ASP

Founded in 1987, the Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the understanding of shareware software industry through advocacy, standards, research, and technology. It offers rich information on how to start and grow a software business, from development to marketing and customer service, as well as personalized advice. ASP also functions as a liaison between shareware authors, microISVs, beginners and leaders, distributors and marketers facilitating contacts and sharing experience. For more information on the Association of Shareware Professionals, please go to