Oracle embeds Trillium into Warehouse Builder
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Billerica, Mass.-based Trillium Software reported that database software giant Oracle Corp., Redwood Shores, Calif., has embedded its technology into the latest version of Oracle Warehouse Builder. The firm said that its piece of the Oracle product is designed to help customers overcome critical data warehousing challenges surrounding customer data quality. The Trillium technology provides users with tools for investigating, identifying and matching customer information from multiple data sources and legacy systems, while maintaining a current view of their data.
FrontRange Solutions releases GoldMine Plus Accounting
Colorado Springs, Colo.-based software maker FrontRange Solutions has unveiled its GoldMine Plus Accounting package. The application is designed to provide front- and back-office data integration between the CRM vendor's GoldMine Business Contact Manager/GoldMine Sales and Marketing tools and QuickBooks Pro/Premier 2002. The integration is for contacts that are in both programs.
Cypress unveils Healthcare Document Factory
Rochester Hills, Mich.-based applications vendor Cypress Corp. has introduced its Healthcare Document Factory product aimed at providing healthcare organizations with streamlined data flow. According to the firm, the tool allows for automated, page-by-page assembly and delivery of disparate clinical, billing and administrative content. Cypress said the application captures and indexes documents created by any healthcare information system, allowing users to automatically assemble, enhance, sequence and deliver the precise pages of content as new documents.
Noble Systems takes on Indian contact center market
Contact center specialists, Noble Systems Corp., Atlanta, has expanded its international operations with the opening of its newest sales and support center in India. Noble has opened an office located in Noida, where it said there is growing demand for contact center products and services. The firm said it expects to achieve one-fifth of its new business in 2002 from client relationships outside of the United States.
Applix Software expands presence in Asia
Westboro, Mass.-based business intelligence software maker Applix Inc. has expanded its operations in the Asia region. The firm announced that it has bolstered its presence in the area by expanding its partnership with eProgram, a subsidiary of the Melbourne-based Program Group. The company has also formed Applix Asia, a new subsidiary that is setting up offices in Singapore and Hong Kong.
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