The year has gone by in a flash. And before the holidays sweep us into 2021, I wanted to share long-overdue update for my friends in the Pick MultiValue community. Everywhere I go, people ask me two questions: “What’s the future of PICK?” And “Where are you with the new releases of AccuTerm?” Interestingly, in…
Zumasys & Phocas Sign Exclusive Distribution Deal to Bring Enterprise Business Intelligence to PICK MultiValue Market
SAN CLEMENTE, CA – August 25, 2020 – Zumasys announced today that it has signed a distribution arrangement with Phocas Software, the leading business intelligence solution for worldwide manufacturers, distributors and retailers running ERP systems. Based in Sydney, Australia, Phocas employs nearly 200 people and consistently enjoys 25% annual growth. Phocas brings powerful visualization and…
Interview with Vic Watson, CEO of DSI Solutions
With training and assistance from Zumasys, Ivy Tech Community College developed a curriculum that challenged Ivy Tech students with problem-solving projects to prepare them for careers in manufacturing management at companies such as Cook Medical.
The newest release of jBASE 5.6 offers even more incredible features, such as native RESTful services, native data encryption, more granular audit logging and improved transaction journaling. Learn what’s next for the future of MultiValue.
As 2016 comes to a close, the MultiValue community is looking ahead at what 2017 may offer in the MV space. In this article, MultiValue Experts offer their predictions for 2017.
Zumasys, a leading provider of cloud computing and software solutions for business-critical software applications and customized ERP systems, announced today that it has hired Greg Cooper to lead its jBASE development team.
OpenQM is considered a “NoSQL” product, but unlike most NoSQL databases, it is cost effective, feature rich, and ideally suited for MultiValue applications.
Zumasys announced that it has partnered with Tincat Group, a software architecture and management consulting company, to update the The MultiValue Family Tree.
Hot-Backup is a feature of D3 that allows the server to record transactional data (writes, updates, deletes, file creation and deletion) and send these transactions to a secondary server which will receive the transactions.