PowerGUI for Your App

What do companies like VMware, Specops, and Icomasoft have in common?

They all have PowerShell-enabled their product. And decided to provide their customers with good PowerShell editing and debugging capabilities. And instead of investing into developing their own PowerShell editor and debugger – integrated with PowerGUI.

In fact Icomasoft went even further and made their product work with the PowerPack file format. So whenever someone shares a VMware-related PowerPack in our free library at PowerGUI.org – Icomasoft’s product benefits from new functionality.

We love our partners. Together with them we are pursuing the common goal of making PowerShell pervasive. And this integration lets every company invest in the area which it knows the best and give our mutual customers a perfect combined solution.

If you are PowerShell-enabling your application and are looking for a PowerShell IDE or integrated script library – we invite you to join the club!

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