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ETI-EXTRACT Selected as Preferred ETML Solution for New NCR Teradata Data Warehouse Design and Implementation Service

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July 11, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Austin, Texas, July 11, 2000 ? Evolutionary Technologies International Inc. (ETI) and NCR Corporation announced that NCR selected the ETI-EXTRACT Tool Suite as its preferred data integration management solution for a new data warehouse professional services consulting service.

An innovative concept from NCR, this rapid design and implementation service will allow NCR to build and stage data warehousing solutions for clients in a high-performance laboratory, allowing greater solution quality, predictability and shorter development cycles. Extracting and transforming data is frequently one of the most challenging aspects of a data warehouse implementation. ETI- EXTRACT enables efficient access to a wide variety of source databases, significantly accelerating the data warehouse design and implementation process.

Additionally, ETI and NCR will collaborate on enhancing ETI-EXTRACT to offer a more robust ETML solution for Teradata-based solutions. ETI and NCR will add functionality to ETI's data system libraries (DSLs) for Teradata. DSLs enable ETI-EXTRACT to generate native code and scripts to extract and move data between individual databases. Currently, ETI provides two DSLs for Teradata: one to generate programs in C and one in COBOL.

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