TimeSpring's TimeData software allows EBS to offer complete protection and availability for applications that access critical data files and SQL Server relational databases
Newport Beach, CA / Media, PA (PRWEB) February 23, 2005 -- TimeSpring
Software Corporation and Eastern Business Software Inc. (EBS) announced an
agreement under which EBS will offer TimeSpring’s TimeData™ software to make SQL
Server databases and critical data files more available through continuous data
protection. With the TimeData™ software, EBS customers can recover from data
loss, corruption or security breaches within minutes. In addition, customers can
also analyze, report or test data anytime without impacting operations.
"Our customers rely on us to deliver cutting edge, mission critical, custom applications on multi-tiered system architectures,” said Chris Farias, President of EBS. “The application data residing in the back-end database is critical. Until now, protecting the database has been painful and retrieving data or restoring corrupt databases has been a nightmare. TimeData™ represents a major improvement for our customers. It enables us to improve support and service levels, since we can now concentrate on the application where the business value resides and let TimeData™ protect the data in the database.”
EBS has been delivering innovative business, e-commerce, and pharmacy applications in addition to custom application development services, since 1992. Increasingly, their customers are deploying web clients on mixed Windows and Linux environments that connect mission-critical systems with databases like SQL Server. Protecting data files and the database back end with TimeData™ ensures that all transactions are captured, protected, and a complete change history is maintained in a secure repository. If there is a problem, retrieving data is very fast and simple, thereby minimizing downtime and user impact.
TimeSpring's TimeData™ software represents a major improvement over data replication, snapshot and traditional backup systems. The software is easy to use, non-disruptive and affordable. It operates continuously, without operator intervention or scheduling. Transactions are protected and the integrity of the audit trail is maintained.
"EBS works with CIOs and business managers across a number of industries, yet sees common problems relating to application data availability," said Janae Lee, CEO of TimeSpring. "Their customers depend on the integrity and availability of their transaction data. TimeData™ provides seamless to ensure complete protection and logical consistency of the data, thereby minimizing the potential for loss and downtime. EBS is going the extra mile to deliver complete business solutions.”
About TimeSpring Software Corporation
Capitalizing on its technology patents, TimeSpring's software is setting a new standard for continuous data protection and availability. TimeSpring's software, TimeDataÔ, automatically captures all changes to application data in real-time, making it possible to recover from loss, corruption or security breaches within minutes. Additionally, TimeData makes it easy to analyze report and test using real data at any time, without impacting operations. TimeData is easier to implement, easier to use and more affordable than other systems. Founded in 1994, TimeSpring has business offices in Newport Beach, California, and Montreal, Quebec, Canada. More information is available at http://www.timespring.com or by calling (408) 834-8966.
About Eastern Business Software, Inc.
EBS is based in Media, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, and has been delivering custom software and services since 1992. They specialize in business applications that use back-end relational databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, and SqlBase. Special projects include software for the intelligent parking meter from IntelliPark, enterprise pharmacy software currently used by the Medical College of Georgia, and extensive custom application development for customers such as the Peel District School Board, Toronto, Canada, a major Philadelphia pharmaceutical company, The Clarks Companies, CoreStates/FirstUnion, Valero Oil Refining, Pennsylvania Lumbermen’s Insurance Company, and Minnesota Department of Transportation.
For more information, visit http://www.EBSoftware.com .
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