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expressor Software Releases Standard Edition

Monday, February 28, 2011

expressor software, a leading provider of free and affordable data integration software, today announced the general availability of expressor 3.1 Standard Edition, which delivers server‐based data processing deployment and metadata repository extensions to its free Studio desktop ETL tool.

expressor Standard Edition grants Studio users the ability to deploy their ETL applications to a standalone parallel processing server. Users can also check in and out any of their project artifacts from within expressor Studio to a centralized metadata repository that features version control and support for team development. Free expressor Studio users benefit from upgrading to Standard Edition by gaining the ability to:

  • Collaborate through the expressor repository with other Studio users during ETL development
  • Seamlessly share work by checking in and out project artifacts including reusable Semantic Types
  • Schedule and process their ETL data flows on dedicated Windows servers
  • Leverage the power of expressor's parallel processing capabilities on high‐performance, multi‐core server machines

"The release of the expressor Standard Edition constitutes yet another major milestone in the roll out of our new innovative data integration platform, which makes data mapping simpler and easier to maintain," said Bob Potter, co‐founder and CEO, expressor. "With over 3,000 unique expressor Studio downloads and a rapidly growing number of new users every day, we are confident that this edition will provide great benefits as applications become more demanding and complex."

This is the second general availability release of the expressor version 3 data integration platform this year. expressor will make additional ETL development and deployment features including Linux server support available in upcoming 2011 product releases.

“The new expressor platform is built around our easy‐to‐use, free expressor Studio application, which gives you everything you need to develop and deploy your ETL applications," added Michael Waclawiczek, VP of Marketing, expressor. "Our new Standard Edition targets Studio users who have a need to collaborate with other developers, manage their projects throughout application revisions, and run their ETL jobs on dedicated Windows Server machines."

Availability

expressor 3.1 Standard Edition is available immediately. The new Standard Edition server components are supported on Windows 2003 and 2008 platforms, and annual subscriptions for the expressor 3.1 Standard Edition are priced at 7,500 dollars per installed data processing server. For more information, please visit www.expressorsoftware. com/products‐overview.htm or request a 30‐day trial of the new Standard Edition product.

About expressor software

expressor software knows data integration ‐‐ and we know today’s most capable data integration tools are too complex and too expensive. Our vision is to provide enterprise‐class data integration software that is costeffective, fast and easy to use. expressor’s game‐changing usability enables you to use less technical, lower-cost development resources. Our unique, active metadata foundation simplifies data mapping and transformation to reduce your time‐to‐value. And our dramatically lower cost makes it easy to justify replacing your brittle and expensive hand‐coded implementations or underperforming in‐house ETL tools. Version 3 of expressor is a comprehensive design, development and deployment platform tailored to support the full range of data integration applications, from tactical data migrations to data warehouses and strategic, predictive analytics.

To learn more about what makes expressor the leader in affordable, enterprise‐class data integration, visit www.expressor‐software.com or download the free expressor Studio at www.expressorStudio.com.

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