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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 27, 2011

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 27, 2011. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Melissa Data Corp, a provider of data quality and integration solutions, has announced a suite of expert professional services to help establish a business case for data quality, examine the root causes of data quality problems, implement ongoing monitoring of improvements, and successfully integrate Melissa Data's software solutions. Especially useful for companies with limited resources, Melissa Data Professional Services aims to bring development and data management teams together with data quality experts from Melissa Data to accelerate adoption of address management solutions seamlessly into business processes with minimal disruptions to realize immediate return on investment. Melissa Data Professional Services will include Product Training; Proof-of-Concept (POC) Development; Data Quality, Governance and Integration Consulting; as well as Custom Development Services on an as-needed basis, Greg Brown director of marketing for Melissa Data, tells 5 Minute Briefing.

Answering the Challenge of Cross-Platform Database Administration

Attunity Ltd., a provider of real-time data integration software, has introduced Attunity Replicate, high-performance data replication software. The new enterprise data replication solution emphasizes simplified user experience, quick time to value, and low cost of ownership, Itamar Ankorion, vice president of Business Development and Corporate Strategy, Attunity, tells 5 Minute Briefing. Attunity will present Attunity Replicate at Oracle OpenWorld, October 3-5, at booth #3728.

Research results of a new study among Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) members, shows that while most companies have well-established data warehouse systems, adoption is still limited within their organizations. While companies are conservative in their plans for data warehouse upgrades, there is movement toward implementation of ready-to-run data solutions, and respondents expect to see benefits from these implementation efforts, including better performance and greater insights for decision makers. The findings of the survey, which was underwritten by Oracle, and conducted by Unisphere Research, are detailed in a new report, "A New Dimension to Data Warehousing: 2011 IOUG Data Warehousing Survey."

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