DQpowersuite

DQpowersuite

A family of enterprise data access (EDA) tools from Decision Support, Inc., Matthews, NC (www.decisionsupport.com). DQbroker is the flagship product, which provides parallel access to heterogeneous, distributed databases. DQtransform provides extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) of data from multiple sources. DQview, DQvista and DQadmin are additional products. See DQbroker.
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Decision Support's gift to the university, valued at over $600,000, includes key components of DQpowersuite, the company's flagship data access product, which provides an easy-to-implement architecture that makes all of a company's business data look and act like it is contained in a single relational database, including non-relational legacy data.
The DQpowersuite tools will enable graduate students to work with databases and data mining to create leading edge solutions for hypothetical and real-world business problems.
Transoft Vice President of Business Development, Dave Roth, said, "The addition of DQpowersuite technology will enable Transoft to expand our services into the Unisys markets, and will enhance the performance of our applications that pull data from multiple, disparate data sources, including IBM mainframes and open systems platforms such as Unix and NT servers.
DQpowersuite provides simultaneous access to islands of mainframe and relational data previously trapped within disparate data platforms, and features DQbroker(R), a fully-distributed cross-enterprise data access engine that enables enterprise-level metadata to be universally shared and dynamically managed across the enterprise.
DQpowersuite tools will enable Transoft customers to quickly and efficiently retrieve just the data necessary from disparate data sources and deliver it to the applications that Transoft builds and integrates.
The DQpowersuite provides rapid and comprehensive data access, integration and reporting capabilities for multiple data sources resident in such disparate platforms as Unisys, Unix, IBM, Sun Solaris, Linux, and NT.
Herb Verbesey, founder and CEO of Decision Support said, "Decision Support will now be marketing the entire DQpowersuite of data access and integration tools formerly offered by Metagon.
DQpowersuite is a logical offering for them because it provides a superior set of data access and reporting options extending across many platforms.
As the foundation of Metagon's DQpowersuite group of products, DQbroker provides a global data view for the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency (MHFA), a $5 billion quasi-governmental organization that awards and manages loans for low and moderate-income housing.