Definition: Passport IntRprise
An object-oriented client/server development system from Passport Corporation, Montvale, NJ (www.passportcorp.com) that supports Windows, OS/2, Motif and Java clients, VAXes, Unix servers and all the major SQL databases. It includes visual programming utilities and fully supports event-driven systems that respond to real time interrupts.
Originally developed for the VAX/VMS world in the mid-1980s, Passport generates C source code and is designed to easily integrate with other third-party GUIs and software. At one time offered as a stand-alone application development technology for large-scale projects, the IntRprise architecture has been extended into Passport Corporation's 21st-century focus on mobile, wireless workforce software.