The February 10, 2016 edition of Database Trends and Applications features an article titled MultiValue Vendors Help Extend MultiValue Systems by Adam Shepard that we would like to share.

The days of the one-size-fits-all, all-purpose database are over, and today there is a growing realization that different data management systems offer different benefits and that some are better suited for certain requirements than others. In the MultiValue database world, that fact has long been well-understood, and today there are many mission-critical applications that have been built and fine-tuned over the course of years to support businesses such as banking, education, retail, healthcare, oil and gas, government, and travel. These MultiValue systems and applications continue to add new features, integrate with other systems, and evolve to meet the changing needs of the organizations they serve.

In this special report, DBTA asks MultiValue vendors: What are the current pressures your customers are facing, and how are you helping to extend and leverage their critical MultiValue systems to meet those new requirements?

Hear what the MultiValue experts say:

Robert Catalano, Director of Sales and Marketing, Revelation Software

Vinnie Smith, MultiValue Lab Director, Rocket Software

Keith Lambert, VP, Marketing and Business Development, Kore Technologies

Doug Leupen, President and CEO, Entrinsik

Pete Loveless, CEO, BlueFinity International

Mark Pick, President and CEO, Pick Cloud