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Posted Sep 12, 2006

Mertech Data Releases BTR2SQL 3.0 - Plug-in Middle-ware for Switching from Btrieve & Pervasive.SQL

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[From Yahoo! Finance]

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 2006--Mertech Data Systems, Inc., a developer of ISAM to SQL Database middle-ware data connectivity solutions, today announced the immediate availability of BTR2SQL(TM) v3.0, for MS SQL Server and Oracle. The product is designed for companies currently using Btrieve or Pervasive.SQL transaction database engine and who want to switch to Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle DBMS without undertaking expensive application re-engineering. Mertech's plug-in approach seamlessly interfaces with existing applications, without requiring changes to the application source and without performance degradation.

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