Eliminating Headaches, Promoting Harmony

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Computers were meant to simplify common, tedious tasks. Patching multiple systems together is a band-aid approach to the critical issue of resource management. Should your limited information technology (IT) staff be maintaining a series of interfaces, over several servers and applications? Or should they focus first on delivering quality information to those who need it most? What if a system could deliver world class functionality, be simple to maintain, yet still be affordable and robust enough for the most demanding environments?

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