Dedham, MA (PRWEB) June 08, 2013
Ntirety, a data services company specializing in full data lifecycle management, has been named one of Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) Magazine’s top 100 data and enterprise management companies. Ntirety was selected based on its corporate vision of data management, its presence in the industry, its executional abilities, and its innovation in delivering products and services to the marketplace. This is the magazine’s inaugural “DBTA 100: The Companies that Matter Most in Data” list.
This year’s selections can be viewed here: http://www.dbta.com/Articles/ReadArticle.aspx?ArticleID=89876&PageNum=1
Michael Corey, CEO of Ntirety, is proud of the acknowledgement. Corey remarked, “Being chosen for DBTA’s Top 100 list along with a select group of our peers in the data management industry is a real honor. It is recognition that we are not just helping our clients take great strides in the management of their database environments, but that we are making an impact across the industry as a whole.”
Corey is also featured in DBTA’s View from the Top section. His editorial states, “To stay relevant in today’s Dataverse, technologists must look beyond the structured data stored in traditional Databases, be they Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Postgress, et al.” Corey’s full “View from the Top” article can be viewed here: http://www.dbta.com/Articles/Editorial/Trends-and-Applications/View-from-the-Top-Ntirety-89914.aspx
Businesses can contact Ntirety to learn more about database management and data lifecycle consulting by calling (781) 474-7700, or they can visit http://www.ntirety.com/ to learn more. About Ntirety Ntirety is a data services company dedicated to helping companies improve and optimize the management of their database environments and the usage of data within their organizations. Ntirety’s range of services covers the entire data lifecycle, and includes DBA On-Demand and full Database Management, as well as consulting services covering Business Intelligence, Big Data and all requirements for SQL and Oracle databases.