Infosolve Technologies, specialists in providing a wide variety of businesses with data solutions, announced the introduction of its "Zero Based Solutions" approach. Zero Based Solutions are open source data services that require zero licenses, zero term contracts and zero upfront hardware investments and Zero Defect Data. This approach is in sharp contrast to the data solutions currently available in the marketplace today that require organizations make sizeable investments in time, software, hardware infrastructure and resources to implement. Infosolve Technologies is offering this innovative approach to support companies in achieving their mission critical activities without the roadblock of data quality issues. Zero Based solutions are focused on providing clients highly flexible, customized data solutions at a fraction of the cost currently available in the industry.

Many of Infosolve's solutions are powered by Sun Grid Compute Utility at Network.com, a pay-per-use grid computing service operated by Sun Microsystems that provides clients immediate access to scalability when they need it at a consistent price. Using the Sun Grid Compute Utility provides significant flexibility and cost advantages over "traditional solutions" or other "Software as a Service" (SaaS) models. Customers utilizing the "traditional solutions" or SaaS options usually lose access to the solution if they disengage from the solution provider. Furthermore, when the "traditional solutions" or SaaS solution is brought in house, investments in hardware and software resources are typically required. Infosolve Technologies clients have the option to own and operate their solution in house without the loss of software, or hardware capabilities creating ultimate flexibility for clients.

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