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Web services data management

Web services data management

Source: Xenomorph white paper

This white paper from Xenomorph illustrates how financial market participants can benefit from the addition of Web services and .NET interfaces to enterprise data management.

The paper describes some of the major industry issues limiting software development productivity. It then describes how Web services and Microsoft's .NET Framework combine to address these issues and successfully deliver enterprise data management functionality in timeframes that can meet and exceed business expectations.

The improvements in productivity are illustrated via case studies from Xenomorph's Timescape enterprise data management application.

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