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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
March 28, 2012

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

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Entrinsik Inc., developer of information management solutions, has announced the winners of its 2012 Operational Business Intelligence (BI) Awards. The awards were presented at a networking luncheon at the 2012 Informer User Conference (ICON) held this year at the Raleigh Marriott City Center in beautiful Raleigh, NC. "Informer is an easy to use, quick to implement operational BI solution designed to support decision making with hard facts, and we've received a flood of award submissions from customers describing in detail how Informer does just that," says Sharon Shelton, vice president of marketing at Entrinsik.

Valuable data and trusted applications are dependent on MultiValue databases at many organizations, but there is also a need to integrate that data and those applications with other systems and provide access to users in new ways. In this special section, DBTA asks leading MultiValue vendors:What is your organization doing to help customers modernize and stay current with new technologies to address the evolving requirements of customers?

Registration for U2 University 2012 - Denver is now open. Rocket Software's premier customer event for product and technical training will be held May 8-10 at the Ritz Carlton in downtown Denver. This year's event will include informative lectures, more labs than last year, and the popular certification exams that are free with registration. Attendees will be able to meet with members of the Rocket U2 staff and event sponsors, and to network with other U2 customers.

Clinical Data Management (CDM) is a company headquartered in Colorado that provides clinical information database software, enabling medical institutions to report and compile data on patient care. A longtime user of Revelation Software, dating back to Revelation G and continuing through OpenInsight, CDM was pleased with both the quality of the products and the service from Revelation. However, CDM had come to realize it needed to provide a web interface for data entry to better support its customers and also stay current with evolving technology requirements. That need was answered when Revelation launched the OpenInsight for Web (O4W) Development Toolkit, a web development toolkit that makes it possible for OpenInsight developers with limited or no HTML, XML or JavaScript experience to develop feature-rich web pages.