From Ancient Greek Δελφοί (Delphoi).
delphi - Computer Definition
(1) A multi-device development system from Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. that generates native apps for Windows, Mac and iOS. Introduced by Borland in 1995 and based on the object-oriented version of Pascal (Object Pascal), Delphi provides visual programming tools that generate executable programs. Delphi supports all the major databases.
(2) (Delphi Consulting Group, Boston, MA, www.delphigroup.com) The leading consulting organization in document management and workflow. Founded in 1987 by Thomas Koulopoulos, it provides consulting services, publications and inhouse and public seminars on the subjects. In 2004, Delphi became a wholly-owned division of Perot Systems Corporation, Plano, TX, but was taken private once again by founder Koulopoulos in mid-2007.
(3) See also Delphi Forums.