Rocket Software, Inc. today announced that Rocket D3 has received the Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) Readers’ Choice Award for “Best MultiValue Database.” Rocket D3 and the other award winners will be featured in a special section of the August edition of DBTA Magazine, and at DBTA.com, reaching over 300,000 IT and business professionals across North America.
“Rocket D3 has been supporting application development across a number of vertical markets for decades with a number of companies using it for over 25 years,” said John Bramley, VP of Applications Platforms at Rocket Software. “Rocket D3 is constantly renewing itself through increased functionality, with the latest versions including 64-bit capability, open data access, hot backup readiness and mobile functionality. For stability, scalability and flexible development Rocket D3 is outstanding and I am thrilled it has been recognized by the readers of DBTA who have voted Rocket D3 best in its class.”
“Data is being increasingly recognized as a valuable enterprise asset,” said Tom Hogan, Group Publisher, Database Trends and Applications magazine. “And, to help organizations leverage that data and gain meaningful insights, there is an expanding array of solutions for storing, protecting, integration enhancing and analyzing data. The DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards play a key role in spreading information about products that are providing a unique value to customers. Our congratulations go out to all the winners and finalists.”
About Rocket Software
Rocket Software (rocketsoftware.com) is a technology company that helps organizations in the IBM ecosystem build solutions that meet today’s needs while extending the value of their technology investments for the future. Thousands of companies depend on Rocket to solve their most challenging business problems by helping them run their existing infrastructure and data, as well as extend those assets to take advantage of cloud, mobile, analytics, and other future innovations. Founded in 1990, Rocket is based in Waltham, Massachusetts with locations in Europe, Asia, and Australia.