BlueSnap unveiled Release 1.37 of their Plimus eCommerce Platform, which integrates Open Commerce technology and services that maximize revenues through recurring payment solutions. This latest version introduces a broader choice of payment levels and periods, new tutorials on use and application, as well as support for WebMoney, a worldwide electronic wallet system.
Epicor Software announced the release of version 12.9 of its Epicor Prophet 21 wholesale distribution enterprise resource planning solution. This update features Customer Buying Trend Analysis, which applies a series of Six Sigma statistical models to determine a distributor's customer/item combinations that have a proven, consistent buying pattern; Demand Replenishment Planning, which provides analytical tools to support purchasing stock now for long-term future requirements; and Reward Program, which allows distributors to reward their customers for buying targeted items.
Kapow Software launched Kapow Katalyst 9.0, the newest edition of its software platform that offers IaaS through the introduction of end-user apps, Kapow Kapplets, which allow employees and IT leaders to collaborate more effectively. Other features include Hadoop connectivity, Cloudera certification and a new partnership with Informatica.
MuleSoft released Mule ESB 3.3, which combines their application integration technology with new data integration capabilities. New features include Mule Studio DataMapper, a powerful graphical data mapping application; access to over 100 connectors from MuleForge; and in-memory data grid, enabling high availability for zero-message-loss clustering and edge caching.
Octagon Research Solutions introduced Octagon Quantum MDR, its scalable enterprise-level technology platform on which a global clinical data standards governance process can be built, deployed and maintained. This technology provides a centralized data registry; a comprehensive development and maintenance environment that enables organizations to create and maintain clinical metadata; and is configured with the CDISC SDTM domain model as a base configuration, serving as a reference point for organizations without clinical data standards in place.
ParElastic announced ParElastic Database Virtualization Engine, a software solution that enables elastic database capacity with standard relational database services, like MySQL. New additions include dynamic adjustment of processing capacity based on application workload variations, storage capacity adjustments without moving existing data, interrupting service, or jeopardizing system performance and transparent load balancing of database workload within a multi-tenant SaaS environment.
Radiant Logic released RadiantOne VDS 6, a federated identity service that provides one access point for enterprise identities, enabling authentication and authorization across multiple identity sources and authentication protocols. RadiantOne VDS 6 offers a set of tools, including identity remapping, aggregation, correlation, and automated synchronization code to link the identity sources to the global hub.
Vertex Analytics introduced ECHO, a hosted market data solution for historical, real-time and CEP-powered futures market data and analytics. ECHO requires little programming experience, all while offering an open architecture, sub-millisecond processing and cost-effective licensing.
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