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About Network Pathways Inc. ...

Network Pathways was founded in 1994 by Sheldon Hartling, a former Consulting Principal with Digital Equipment Corporation.  Since that time Network Pathways has been working with utilities and telcos to solve the complex business and technical challenges they face as their industry changes and the new millennium begins.


Network Pathways supports two commercial software products:

  • CIS Cruise Control: a companion Windows 98/NT/2000 application for the Orcom™ Solutions, Inc. Mirror Pond™ Customer Information System (CIS);

  • AS400 Test Library for Performix/TTY™: an excellent solution for large scale load testing of AS/400 applications in a TN5250 TCP/IP network environment.


Network Pathways can provide a broad range of consulting services.  Our primary consulting focus is the utility and telecommunication industry segment and our areas of specialty include:

  • Project management;
  • Windows® Visual C++™ and MFC software development;
  • Data re-engineering;
  • Automated load testing;
  • Technology consulting:
    • Harte-Hanks Trillium Software System;
    • Performix/TTY™;
    • GUI/400 Open Interface Services;
    • Lotus Notes® C++ API;
    • Visual C++™ and MFC;
    • InstallShield/Professional;
    • Mercury Interactive LoadRunner/RTE.

How to Contact Network Pathways

by phone: (902) 835-8860
by fax: (902) 835-2691
by Email:
by mail: Network Pathways Inc.
Suite 100-401, 1600 Bedford Hwy
Bedford, Nova Scotia
Canada  B4A 1E8
To request information, click here.

About this site ...

This site was created "in house" by Network Pathway's staff using Microsoft Frontpage 2000.  All images were created with Microsoft Image Composer Version 1.5.  "Raw" HTML was used only for cascading style sheets and Javascript active buttons.



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