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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
June 26, 2013

A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.

News Flashes

Temenos, a provider of software to the financial services industry, has announced that Cairo Amman Bank, a full service bank with 106 branches in Jordan and Palestine, has gone live with T24, Temenos' core banking system based on jBASE technology. The deployment of T24 replaced the bank's legacy core banking system and consolidates multiple banking modules, helping the company achieve improvements in operational efficiency including automation of real time gross settlement payments and laying the infrastructure to support sustained growth in income and profitability.

Kore Technologies, a provider of enterprise integration and e-commerce web solutions for MultiValue and Microsoft SQL Server databases has announced the availability of Kourier Integrator - Release 4. According to Keith Lambert, vice president of marketing and business development at Kore, "increased connectivity" is the theme for this new release, which includes enhancements for connecting with more data sources.

Revelation Software has announced the availability of the latest release of OpenInsight Development Suite (OI) 9.4, including a new release of OpenInsight for Web (O4W v1.5) and enhancements to the OEngineServer that reduce memory usage.

Rocket Software has announced the availability of System Builder Extensible Architecture (SB/XA) which allows users to rapidly build robust business solutions. By applying SB/XA Designer default styles, users indicate mandatory fields and where intuitive help is available. In addition, Outlook-style menus can be included to create an environment that feels familiar to users. Data can be reported out to Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word or XML formats, giving users access to their data in their preferred business application.

Think About It

Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine has announced the inaugural "DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data," a list saluting this year's companies in data and enterprise information management—from long-standing industry veterans to fast-growing startups tackling big data. "Beyond the explosion of interest surrounding big data, the past several years have transformed enterprise information management, creating both challenges and opportunities for companies seeking to protect, optimize, integrate, and extract actionable insight from a sea of data assets," remarked Thomas Hogan, group publisher of Database Trends and Applications.

Database Trends and Applications introduces the inaugural "DBTA 100," a list of the companies that matter most in data. The past several years have transformed enterprise information management, creating challenges and opportunities for companies seeking to extract value from a sea of data assets. In response to this, established IT vendors as well as legions of newer solution providers have rushed to create the tools to do just that.