Embarcadero Delphi, formerly CodeGear Delphi and Borland Delphi, is a software development environment for Microsoft Windows applications originally developed by Borland and now owned and developed by Embarcadero Technologies.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embarcadero_Delphi. Today available in English, French, German, Japanese.
Delphi is mainly used for the development of desktop and enterprise database applications, but it is a general-purpose software development tool suitable for most software projects. Web applications are also possible due to the inclusion of several libraries. Delphi is distributed in various versions with different features and prices: Professional, Enterprise and Architect. More Info »
The most recent iteration of the Win32 range is Delphi XE7, released in late 2014.
Over 1.7 million developers worldwide choose Delphi over other tools because Delphi radically speeds desktop, workstation, touch, kiosk, and Web application development without sacrificing an ounce of programming power or control.
Applications built with Delphi are lightning fast, compact, provide rich UIs, and can connect with virtually any database or data source “out-of-the-box”.