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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
February 16, 2010

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: February 16, 2010. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

To make it easier for application developers and data management professionals to access the software tools they need, while also reducing the cost and time associated with managing software tool licenses, Embarcadero today announced Embarcadero ToolCloud.

Calpont Corp, a provider of analytic database solutions, announced it is shipping a data warehouse solution based on open source technology. The product will be available as a commercially supported solution, as well as community download.

Informatica Corporation, a provider of data integration software, has announced the "beta version" of the Informatica Marketplace for a community of buyers and sellers to share and leverage data integration solutions. Building upon the company's community of more than 52,000 developers on TechNet (Informatica Technology Network) and over 400 partners, the Informatica Marketplace will offer solutions for seven technology categories including: Enterprise Data Integration, Data Quality, B2B Data Exchange, Application Information Lifecycle Management, Complex Event Processing, Cloud Data Integration and Master Data Management.

Syncsort, a provider of data integration and recovery software, announced availability of its Clickstream Data Integration Solution. The solution is intended to reduce the time, cost and effort required for integrating large amounts of web data, and help simplify an organization's ability to analyze online visitor behavior via a clickstream data warehouse.


Think About It

Have you ever read those inserts that your bank, credit card providers, insurance company, mutual fund company, and others slip inside your statements and bills? We all get them. You know, those flimsy pieces of paper, printed in small type and written in convoluted English.

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