DataFlux Corporation, a leading provider of data management solutions, announced the availability of expanded data management functionality via Web services. By providing more functionality through a Web services platform, DataFlux customers can utilize a more flexible, cost-efficient way to inspect, correct, integrate, improve and control corporate data.

DataFlux initially introduced support for Web services in mid-2003. With the recent introduction of Release 6.2 technology, DataFlux expanded its Web services options and now allows customers to access its full suite of data management capabilities through Web-based connectivity. The DataFlux Web services framework allows companies to integrate DataFlux technology into any enterprise applications that support Web services.

New and existing DataFlux customers can deploy the technology using Web services behind the firewall for seamless integration with third-party CRM, ERP or other business solutions. DataFlux Web services connectivity supports industry standards including Web services description language (WSDL); simple object access protocol (SOAP); universal description, discovery and integration protocol (UDDI); and J2EE-based application servers for Java support.

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