Snapbridge Software unveiled Snapbridge FDX, a patent-pending technology for integrating large amounts of different kinds of data in real time. Snapbridge FDX fuses multiple data sources such as account detail from relational databases, flat file mainframe data, e-mail correspondence, digital images from content repositories, feeds from third party resources, other information from the Internet, etc., to create composite objects that can be viewed, or updated as part of a transaction – regardless of where the data is stored, how it is formatted or when it was created.

Snapbridge FDX capitalizes on the XML standard for structuring and expressing information, allowing the system to operate on structured data and semi-structured content (documents and images) at the same time. Snapbridge FDX information integration software combines revolutionary, open-standards based technologies for indexing, normalization, aggregation, correlation and "semantic" data delivery, resulting in the industry's fastest, most flexible, and most comprehensive information integration solution.

"Snapbridge FDX is the first standards-based approach to information integration that Delphi Group has seen emerge from the Enterprise Information Integration (EII) software segment. Based on a schema-free architecture, this design has impressed us as an alternative to the significant up-front data modeling required by other offerings," said Nathaniel Palmer, chief analyst, Delphi Group.

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