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Trillium Software Redefines How Data Quality is Delivered within Enterprises

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  • June 23 2004, 1:00am EDT

Trillium Software, a division of Harte-Hanks, Inc., has begun shipping a Web Services interface for the Trillium Software System that expands its real-time data quality management capabilities to Web Services environments. The Web Services interface allows the Trillium Software System to be implemented with any J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) Web Server, and is customized specifically for two such servers, IBM WebSphere and BEA WebLogic.

The company also announced the first shipment of the Trillium Software Director as an application server option for the Trillium Software System. Providing a single, platform-independent program interface, the Director enables Trillium Software System customers to streamline the integration of their data quality processes into virtually any data management practice - from high-volume call-center data streams to multicountry data routing on intermingled platforms.

"We are enabling organizations to extend the complete Trillium Software System family of data quality products to any and all systems and applications within their grasp. This allows customers to begin with a single implementation and expand their customized solution over time," said Len Dubois, vice president of global marketing for Trillium Software at Harte-Hanks.

Also shipping as an option within the Trillium Software System is the Trillium Software Director. This client/server implementation of the Trillium Software System is designed to allow customers to connect the Trillium Software System easily into virtually any enterprise application or data management environment. The Director functions as an application server, streamlining use of the Trillium Software System in a distributed environment. The Director also controls distribution of data quality requests, routes those transactions to the appropriately designated servers, and traces transaction flows to help data managers assess and optimize performance as needed.

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