Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
January 24, 2018
A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.
Zumasys, a provider of MultiValue software products and cloud computing, continues to grow as several companies recently modernized their MultiValue applications with jBASE. These companies include General Air Service and Supply, Denver, CO, Sanders Supply, Hot Springs, AR, Sepulveda Building Materials, Laguna Niguel, CA, The Corken Steel Products Co., Florence, KY, and Calverley Supply, Sterling Heights, MI.
Entrinsik Inc., developer of Informer, is partnering with RamQuest Inc., allowing RamQuest users to extract any data element from production data, create custom reports and visualizations, and then glean critical business insights. Informer enables agents and underwriters using RamQuest to manipulate and interact with data, then collaborate as needed.
Based in Saddlebrook, N.J., Riverside Cemetery maintains public records for burials, private records on families, maintains billing, and oversees all the work done to burial plots in addition to taking care of monuments and records relating to them, and other tasks associated with running the business. The 1980s brought dramatic changes to Riverside. This technological transition in 1980 was aided by WinWin Solutions, parent company of Revelation Software. Initially using Revelation Software's DOS-based Advanced Revelation, and then migrating to the Windows-based OpenInsight platform, Riverside has evolved technologically while remaining a traditional cemetery serving the community with warmth, compassion, and professionalism.
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The deadline looms on the horizon. On May 25, 2018, the European Union will enact some of the most stringent data privacy regulations the world has ever seen. These regulations will impact thousands of companies around the world, not only EU-based organizations but any company that collects or processes personal data on EU residents. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recognizes the "fundamental right" of people to control what data is stored about them and how it is used.