dia$par is the product of an 18 year old project by a team of ex-USSR mathematicians, programmers, cyberneticists and managers, with practical experience managing large companies in the most competitive industries on the free market.
Before dia$par was officially launched in the U.S.A., the team iteratively released prototype-predecessors (proto$); the first functional version was available and being used in 2004 (Londinium kernel).
Where "dia$par" came from?
It is named in tribute to Diaspar city from the science-fiction story "The City and the Stars" by Arthur Clarke (1956).
Brilliant foresight of famous British science-fiction writer, scientist and engineer, became an ideological foundation and a source of inspiration for dia$par creation.
The history of the project includes 5 major releases and then was totally redeveloped as a 7th major release based on a new Ultima Solid core and rolled out for commercial use in 2013 as proto$ gen VII. Currently, it’s on proto$ gen X.
The intermediary builds of proto$ made the rounds in Russian companies from a variety of industries.
If the first test case was a company in which one of the stakeholders was participating in the project with "administrative resources", then the following test drivers came voluntarily after hearing about others" experiences "through the grapevine" (which allowed for building a strict set of requirements).
The very first user with the very first prototype grew from a small business to a billion-dollars-in-yearly-sales enterprise (in a country where the GDP is fifteen times smaller than in the U.S.A.).
They became the No. 1 internet retailer in Russia (and consequently in Eastern Europe), and one of the first, if not the first, large e-commerce businesses to make a regular profit.
All of this while working in the digital electronics market, one of the most competitive and complex in the world. In the end, the business became so successful that it attracted the attention of corrupt police and government officials who robbed it blind and ruined it.
The next business to use the prototype, in the same market, repeated the success of the first.
In all, the experiences of businesses using different versions of the prototype in disparate industries prove the universal application (earlier shown in theory) of the coming dia$par.
These have also shown its superior quality over any and all existing programs which are connected with managing organizations (and overall, with any functional unit) and their business processes.