HULFT Enters Into Interoperability Partnership With CData Software
CData Software, a standard-based driver and data access solutions provider, has established an interoperability partnership with data logistics platform HULFT.
With access to CData driver technologies, HULFT customers are set to more effectively connect their data from over 200 popular business solutions for various use cases, including software as a service, cloud, business intelligence, analytics and big data.
HULFT customers are expected to benefit from the ability of CData drivers to increase accessibility to data locked in legacy systems and enable the consumption of data necessary for digital transformation, CData Software said.
In addition to providing standards-based Java Database Connectivity with NoSQL data sources through CData drivers, the partnership also delivers ANSI-92 SQL syntax support to deeply nested queries and SQL filters and formulas.
The partnership also facilitates collaborative query processing, as CData connectors are able to forward complex queries to the data source while also leveraging server-side processing on an as-needed basis.
Masahiro Maruyama, president and chief operating officer of HULFT, acknowledged that the partnership with CData Software improves the company’s position as a leader in powering data-driven modernization efforts, especially at a time when the company is branching out to markets in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Eric Madariaga, chief marketing officer of CData Software, said the partnership accelerates the adoption of CData drivers among information technology customers and non-technical users in the world’s largest enterprises.
HULFT offers scaled data transformation services to over 10K enterprise customers across the manufacturing, supply chain, health care and finance industries. The company ensures that data remains synchronized across a broad set of target systems to facilitate data analysis, business process automation, digital transformation, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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