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It is a subscription service that uses fees to finance all database operations and provides access to 34,000 references divided into two major categories, including bibliographic references and references that have been reviewed according to a standard report format by a health economist.
Performance-critical database operations in the financial services, wireless, hosted applications, logistics and other high-transaction volume industries can be deployed on fewer, low-cost servers with the potential to reduce hardware, software and system administration costs by 60 to 90 percent.
By optimizing I/O database operations, the Precise products enable comprehensive management of application performance in an XP disk array storage environment.
Performance-critical database operations can be deployed on fewer, low-cost servers with dramatically reduced license fees and administrative costs.
Landmark currently provides its PetroBank(R) software solution for the DISKOS database operation, and this multi-year agreement to provide both software and services reaffirms Landmark as the preferred vendor of multi-client information management solutions to the upstream marketplace," said Doug Meikle, vice president, Landmark.
The company is headquartered in the Greater-Cincinnati area where it houses its database operations center (DBOC(TM)).
Dave Strauss, Vice President of Database Operations and Marketing, National Wildlife Federation, said "We are extremely pleased to have Merkle as our membership database agency of record.
has announced that Rockford Corporation , a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of high-performance audio systems, has selected Unicenter database management solutions to manage the rapid expansion of its Oracle database operations.