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Zim Database Migration

With no doubt Zim is still one of the most productive and powerful programing language in the market place. Hardly you will find a language which can accomplish using 10 commands what Zim language do with only one.

Unfortunately Zim Database Engine, lacks the versatility and powerfulness of its own language. As data volumes and number of users increases, Zim Engine begins to show signs of weakening. More and more dead locks are detected not rarely freezing the entire database application.

Then the lack of tools to inspect active sessions and resource consumers transforms the database reactivation into a point and shot process.

This behaviour already caused several companies to throw away good and stable Zim applications, years of investment in development and maintenance and spend hundreds of thousand dollars in new and not so customized new applications.

TORCH MIGRATION SUITE KEEPS YOUR ZIM APPLICATION AS IT IS ORIGINALLY
AND CONNECT IT
TO INDUSTRY-STANDARD RELATIONAL DATABASES SUCH AS ORACLE

That is what TORCH solution does for your company. In few weeks your data wilTorch Overview324x20802l be smoothly transferred to a new SQL Relational database and your  Zim application running against the new DBMS as it was before with better performance and no more dead locks.

Torch automated solution - TMS - provides detailed Impact Analysis Reports as well as Source Code Analysis for your Zim Database environment enabling you to more effectively and safely move forward in IT modernization.

You will be able to share your data with other applications and tools such as report generators, business intelligence tools, other languages and much more.

Business Intelligence

Torch® Technologies Inc. and SUMNet® will help you devise a Commercial Open Source Business Intelligence (COSBI) environment, reducing substantially your TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) with our Business Intelligence Factory® (BIF®) in Brazil, and ensure that your company does not lose momentum in the process. Business Intelligence

The term Business Intelligence was used in 1996, when a Gartner Group report said:

“By 2000, Information Democracy will emerge in forward-thinking enterprises, with Business Intelligence information and applications available broadly to employees, consultants, customers, suppliers, and the public. The key to thriving in a competitive marketplace is staying ahead of the competition. Making sound business decisions based on accurate and current information takes more than intuition. Data analysis, reporting, and query tools can help business users wade through a sea of data to synthesize valuable information from it - today these tools collectively fall into a category called Business Intelligence.”

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