Kore Technologies Provides IBM U2-SQL Data Integration

February 2007
Database Trends & Applications;Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p19
The article discusses the development of the data integration project of FreedomRoads and Kore Technologies. FreedomRoads is a recreation vehicle retailer that provides large-scale data for clients, banks and other stakeholders. Due to the necessity of a flexible SQL Server platform that can extract Unidata (U2) and move it to another data source, FreedomRoads partnered with Kore Technologies. Kore Technologies offers services and develops applications for the IBM U2 and Microsoft SQL Server databases. After supervising the implementation of the project, FreedomRoads chief technology officer Matt Baden declares that Kore Technologies provided the solution they needed and helped them understand and extract the data.


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