Attachmate, www.attachmate.com, and CoreLink Administrative Solutions announced today that they will be presenting a case study on DMSII data integration at the Universe 2013 conference in Oakbrook, IL. The presentation is scheduled to take place on Monday, September 9, at 2:00 p.m. CDT.
Administrators of Unisys ClearPath MCP mainframes are encouraged to attend the presentation which will explore guidelines for integrating DMSII data into a relational database. The presentation will feature CoreLink’s deployment of Attachmate® DATABridge™, a comprehensive extract, transform and load (ETL) solution for securely integrating Unisys MCP DMSII and non-DMSII data into a secondary system.
“Business moves at break-neck speed and companies need immediate access to important information in order to streamline organizational decision making,” said Tom Bice, vice president of marketing and product management at Attachmate. “DATABridge provides MCP mainframe administrators with the only true ETL solution for DMSII data. By integrating DMSII into a secondary system for business intelligence, organizations can focus on what’s really important: delivering value to their customers.”
In addition to the case study presentation, Attachmate will be exhibiting at Universe 2013. Featured product demonstrations will include:
For 30 years, Attachmate has been delivering essential business information to the right users, in the right formats, via the right devices. Today, Attachmate software runs on 19 million desktops and mobile devices—across industries ranging from financial services, healthcare, and government to retail, travel, and manufacturing. Built to integrate existing systems and emerging technologies, our products help organizations worldwide put their IT assets to work in new and meaningful ways
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