Kalido, the active information management company, announced that it is the first company to achieve DW 2.0-certification from data warehousing luminary Bill Inmon, president of Inmon Data Systems. Trademarked by Inmon, DW 2.0 outlines the definition of the future architecture of data warehousing under strict new parameters, marking a significant shift from the traditional static data warehouses and legacy descriptions. Kalido's certification validates the company's innovative software, which enables organizations to rapidly respond to business requirements regardless of how quickly and often they might change.

"'Data warehouse' has become a catch-all phrase open to interpretation and misuse," said Bill Inmon, president of Inmon Data Systems. "As a result, many data warehouses fail to address the key tenets of data warehousing and are simply unable to consistently meet the needs of business users. Kalido has consistently defied the norm by providing a flexible solution that addresses the most important data warehousing principles. That flexibility is key to enabling organizations to build effective data warehouses that generate tangible business results, even as business and environmental requirements change. It is only fitting that Kalido be the first company certified as DW 2.0-compliant."

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