August 18, 2008 - Corticon Technologies, a leading independent business rules management system vendor, embedded Composite Software’s Composite Information Server in the Corticon Enterprise Data Connector (EDC)-Multi Source. 

 

Corticon’s EDC-Multi Source enables seamless access to relational databases, legacy data sources, Web services, XML, message queues as well as leading packaged applications such as SAP, Siebel, PeopleSoft and Oracle through Composite Application Data Services.

 

“Corticon and Composite mutually value delivering the highest business agility through our technologies,” said Composite’s vice president of marketing Robert Eve. “While Corticon understands the importance of properly integrating business rules and data sources, Composite has expertise in virtualizing, abstracting and federating data to overcome business and IT complexity. Our partnership has resulted in a stellar solution that helps Corticon’s customers simplify data integration in the context of decision automation.”

 

Corticon’s EDC-Multi Source provides a direct connection from the rules engine to relational databases and other enterprise data sources. This allows it to automatically retrieve data required to execute a decision service or update data sources directly during rules processing, improving performance and simplifying integration. Consistent with Corticon’s model-driven approach, Corticon EDC features code-free modeling in defining data access connections, providing a level of abstraction that accelerates the creation and maintenance of decision services.

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