This program was distributed to hundreds of higher educational institutions for the purpose of documenting standards based on specific criteria set up this organization. These remote sites would answer and record an extensive set of questions ranging from simple yes/no answers to types so involved that embedded Word Documents were needed to store responses. In addition, statistical data concerning enrollments, student demographics and financial statements were also recorded by these schools. This program also contained a high degree of logic that branched to specific sections as a result of responses, as well as perform integrity checking of answers based on previous responses to related questions. The most interesting aspect of this system was its GUI interfaces and basic operation that simulated a Windows environment prior to the introduction of this operating system. The success of thus system allowed this organization to showcase this program nationally at conferences and other large meetings.