Burlington, MA (Vocus) February 3, 2010
expressor software announced today that its director of field engineering Hugo Sheng will host a technical webinar on the expressor semantic data integration system, on Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 11:00 am EST. Click here to register.
During the event, Hugo will take a “deep dive” into five key aspects of expressor, including:
1. product architecture – from interface to engine to application
2. semantic rationalization – its conceptual framework and practical application
3. collaborative team development – the role of roles
4. scalability – the types and advantages of parallelism used by expressor
5. competition – what makes expressor’s approach different and better
Hugo is a senior data integration expert with more than a dozen years’ industry experience, most recently as worldwide technical sales operations manager for IBM’s InfoSphere Group. He also worked at Torrent Systems, which was first acquired by Ascential Software in 2001 and then IBM in 2005.
about expressor software:
expressor software’s smart, ultrafast and affordable ETL and data integration solution delivers 80% of the functionality of leading enterprise tools at 20% of the cost. The expressor semantic data integration systemtm is based on rationalized business terms that enable role-based team development, business rule reuse and total project lifecycle management. expressor’s parallel data processing engine "natively" handles complex data and processes terabytes of data per hour on a single machine.
expressor targets departmental data integration projects in Global 2000 and mid-market organizations across North America and EMEA. The company has customers in financial services, database marketing, healthcare and telecommunications, including American Tower, Integrated DNA, Silverlink and Sybron Dental Specialties. For more information, visit http://www.expressor-software.com.
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