Kore Technologies was a featured vendor at Encounter, the second-annual Eclipse Users Group Conference, held recently in Atlanta.
At the show, the new 4.2 release of Kourier Integrator was announced and presented in a live demonstration by Mark Dobransky, co-founder and managing partner of Kore, in a session, titled “Integration and Data Warehousing with Eclipse.” Kourier Integrator 4.2 includes new RESTful Web Services architecture that supports inbound RESTful APIs, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 support, and significant performance improvements.
Programmers and IT personnel can make data-informed decisions with the right data at the right time to increase business productivity and reduce costs, explained Dobransky. Faster data processing from MultiValue and non-MultiValue data sources into a centralized data warehouse can be visualized with any business intelligence tool. Thus, making it easier to spot and predict sales trends, prepare for busy seasons, identify areas of improvement and understand customers better.
Kore’s KommerceServer eCommerce Suite 5.3, developed by co-founder and managing partner Ken Dickinson, was also showcased at the conference. Key features in the new release include a re-engineered content management system (CMS); advanced document management; new interfaces, and a configurable session timeout dialog. KommerceServer is a user-friendly e-commerce suite with full integration capabilities, explained Dickinson.
According to Keith Lambert, vice president of marketing and business development at Kore, KommerceServer eCommerce Suite 5.3 includes Eclipse-specific features such as support for the Product Data Warehouse (PDW) for Eclipse, which integrates directly with the KommerceServer website. It is also the first release that introduces the MVC.NET framework to work alongside the existing Microsoft ASP.NET framework, which means that the website is more responsive, customizable, and extensible for its customers.
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