I definitely remember that sometime after OS/2 was introduced - while it was still in its very early days - after the breakup from Microsoft, long before Warp - IBM announced with great fanfare a tremendously large software project that was going to produce an entire suite of "productivity" software for it.
I can't remember what it was called - it had a fancy IBM-like name for the entire suite - and can't find any reference to it. I'd like to know what it was called and what, if anything, was delivered from it. I have a distinct memory that it in fact was never delivered and was one of the major expensive failures of software development. (But it could very well be a false memory as I don't see it listed anywhere as an expensive software project failure.) (The memory of its failure might be false, that is, not the memory that it was announced: that's definitely true.)
I can't even remember what was going to be in the suite. I have the vague idea that it included enterprisey stuff like accounting software and such, not necessarily word processor, spreadsheet, etc.
(And I'm not talking about anything "serverish" that ran on OS/2, like IBM Database or their communications/networking stuff.)
Clarification: I am definitely not talking about software IBM licensed and rebranded from some other company, e.g., from SPC or from Lotus. This was definitely an IBM project to specify, architect, design, and build.
(This memory comes from when I worked at SPC (Software Publishing Corporation) on porting their as-yet-unshipped client-server database from OS/2 to Windows/386. Or maybe it was Windows 3.0, I forget. But I was following OS/2 rather closely in those days and definitely remember seeing stuff about this IBM effort.)