About company


Located in Northern New Jersey, Micro Logic is a privately held corporation that began publishing software in 1986. Micro Logic's mission is to provide advanced innovative products including leading-edge productivity software that is easy to use yet powerful. Micro Logic markets primarily direct to users. The inventor of the Personal Information Manager, Micro Logic has established a large installed user base and collected an array of media awards including:

metalbal.gif (252 bytes) Winner of two PC Mag Editor's Choice awards for Tornado and Info Select
metalbal.gif (252 bytes) Winner of perfect report card from PC World for Tornado
metalbal.gif (252 bytes) Winner of Windows Magazine Win 100 award
metalbal.gif (252 bytes) Winner of one of the best products of the year by PC Mag for DiskMapper


Micro Logic was founded by James Lewis, a Computer Science graduate of New York University. Mr. Lewis designed and built one of the first personal computers. In 1980 he founded publishing company Micro Logic. In 1986 he authored the first version of Tornado Notes - the first PIM. In addition to computers and software his interests include Artificial Intelligence, remote-controlled model sailplanes, machining, and the game of GO.



"A perfect report card."

PC World

"Editors' Choice Award."

PC Magazine