Compuware Corporation announced a new modernized open development environment for managing mainframe application development. Compuware’s new approach gives customers the ability to increase productivity, reduce costs and address challenges brought about by the retiring mainframe workforce. The new intuitive Compuware Workbench provides an Eclipse-based graphical user interface, a common framework and single-launch point to initiate Compuware’s mainframe products with the capability to launch other mainframe and distributed products.

Ipreo announced the launch of a new addition to its BD Suite of prospecting and CRM applications – BD for Salesforce CRM. Powered by Ipreo’s Bigdough database of institutional contacts, BD for Salesforce CRM seamlessly integrates Ipreo’s institutional data and investor marketing solutions with Salesforce CRM. Ipreo’s BD for Salesforce CRM allows clients to seamlessly screen, manipulate, mine and manage critical Bigdough information on customers and prospects within the Salesforce CRM application.

MEGA introduced MEGA for TOGAF, a new transformation tool in the MEGA Suite for companies who want to use The Open Groups Architecture Framework in order to govern, document and communicate effectively on their enterprise architecture projects. A key advantage of MEGA for TOGAF is the flexibility it offers in TOGAF 9 methodology adoption. It is a tool for IT and business transformation projects, and adds much needed governance and control features to ensure these projects are managed effectively. Users may choose to begin a project using MEGA for TOGAF, then move seamlessly to a wider implementation using MEGA Process (BPMN Edition) and MEGA Architecture.

Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Utilities Network Management System 1.10.0 with new smart grid and security enhancements. The new functionality includes: enhanced smart grid support and increased security.

Pitney Bowes Business Insight announced the release of Sagent Data Flow v6.6, the latest version of its data integration and business intelligence solution. With a number of new integration capabilities and zero-tolerance defect management, Sagent Data Flow consolidates data from disparate sources into a single view for improved analysis, operations and better decision-making. By enabling organizations to access and integrate data from multiple data sources, the Sagent Data Flow solution helps organizations create data that is “fit for use” to better understand, service and grow customer relationships.

Quest Software, Inc. announced the addition of several enhancements to Foglight. Enriched features in the latest version of Foglight simplify application support and IT operations roles and drastically shorten time-to-value across mixed physical and virtual systems, multiple datacenters, third-party tools and complex deployments.The expanded User Experience Management capabilities provide businesses with the ability to manage online revenue and conversion rates in real time, analyze trends in customer buying patterns and understand how application usability, performance, functionality and content affect conversion rates.

Software AG announced the availability of Data Archiving for Adabas – a feature-rich tool that lowers the operating costs of Adabas on any platform by removing infrequently used data from the production database and storing it into a long-term archive. Data Archiving for Adabas provides automated archiving functions and robust tools for search, verification, extraction, restore and recovery.

Syncsort announced a new solution that enables organizations to accelerate their mainframe application modernization initiatives while utilizing fewer resources and reducing costs. Syncsort’s mainframe application modernization solution maximizes the success of projects by delivering performance translation of massive amounts of mainframe data to open systems platforms, and transformation capabilities on the open systems platforms.

Visual Numerics, a Rogue Wave Software Company, announced the general availability of PV-WAVE version 9.5, the next-generation of the company's industry-leading data analysis and visualization software. This release includes expanded usability, new performance features and broader platform support. With PV-WAVE version 9.5, Visual Numerics enables engineers, scientists and business analysts in a variety of industries to build high-performing, visual analysis applications on a wider range of platforms, as well as perform data mining and forecasting of large and complex data sets to better understand trends, patterns and anomalies in their data.

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