DataFlux Corporation, a SAS Company and leading provider of data management solutions that increase the consistency, accuracy and reliability of enterprise data assets, announced the availability of its new Version 6. The release is available now with general availability scheduled for July, 2003 and includes the following key features: integrated data management methodology and software solution for profiling, quality, integration and augmentation; dfPower Architect, a new workflow manager component that controls all aspects of data management; enhanced data profiling capabilities; customer data integration support that provides the ability to track customers over time; and enhanced support for non-name and address data. Organizations benefit from using one single, integrated solution for data profiling, data quality, data integration, and data augmentation, while business and IT users benefit from the ability to complete data quality and data integration projects in record time.

“With Version 6, DataFlux has combined all aspects of data management into an integrated set of products that support the enterprise,” said Guy Creese, research director at Aberdeen Group. “Unfortunately, many enterprises continue to take a fragmented approach to refining their corporate data, ultimately leading to failures in operational and business intelligence projects. DataFlux’s architecture means that they can now attack this problem in a federated way – that is, tactically as needs arise but still within an overall framework. This coordinated yet pragmatic approach is needed if enterprises are going to solve their data integration problems.

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