"Our ability to offer the investment management industry a database- agnostic fee billing system is a significant differentiator for our offering," said Redi2 CEO Seth Johnson. "It is critical for a products company, with a niche in the financial services industry, to have the ability to offer prospective clients a choice when it comes to relational database technologies. Many firms have strict database technology standards and it gives Redi2 an edge to have a highly-portable product offering."
When Senior IT executives consider fee billing vendors, there is a strong appeal to go with the vendor that has the most seasoned relational database-compatible product. Redi2 Revenue Managerâ¢ has been running smoothly in production on Sybase since 1997, on MSSQL Server since 1999, and Oracle since 2001. Redi2 is preparing the release of Redi2 Revenue Managerâ¢ 4.0, which will continue supporting the latest in relational database technology - Oracle 9i, Sybase 12, MySQL, DB2, and MSSQL Server 2000.
"One of Redi2âs core values is to use best-of-breed technologies to increase the speed, power and flexibility of its products," said Fermin Garcia, Redi2âs President and CTO. "Using TenFoldâs EnterpriseTenFoldâ¢ as Redi2âs strategic enterprise applications platform and integrating it with the industryâs leading RDBMS solutions is consistent with this core value because it enables Redi2 to rapidly deliver powerful new features with a customer-centric approach."