Pervasive started in 1982 as SoftCraft with the Btrieve database technology. Acquired by Novell in 1987, Pervasive later spun out as Btrieve Technologies. The company name was changed to Pervasive Software in 1996 and went public in 1997. Flagship database product Pervasive PSQL was launched in 1999.
In 2003, Pervasive acquired Data Junction Corporation, makers of Data Junction, a suite of data and application integration tools now known as Pervasive Data Integrator. DJCorp, founded in 1985, was a privately held company also headquartered in Austin, TX.
Pervasive also acquired B2B data interchange service Channelinx in 2009. ChanneLinx is based out of Greenville, SC. It will continue operating under the name Pervasive Business Xchange.
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