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SirsiDynix Announces Support for SQL Server

SQL Server brings scalable data platform at lower total cost of ownership for SirsiDynix users

SirsiDynix, the global leader in strategic technology solutions for libraries, today announced Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 on the SirsiDynix Symphony Library Management System. Microsoft SQL Server is a comprehensive, integrated data management and analysis software platform that enables organizations to reliably manage mission-critical information, confidently run complex applications such as SirsiDynix Symphony and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of data management. This new cost-effective, scalable database option will be available for SirsiDynix Symphony 3.3, which is slated for general release in second quarter 2009.

"SirsiDynix has long led the library community in forging industry partnerships that benefit our customers," said Gary Rautenstrauch, SirsiDynix CEO. "Thanks to our expanded Microsoft relationship, we're not only deepening our technical relationship with one of the world's preeminent technology providers, but we're also providing SirsiDynix Symphony users a compelling new database option."

Talin Bingham, SirsiDynix chief technology officer, adds, "I am confident that Horizon and Dynix users and many others will be excited to have Microsoft SQL Server as a database option for SirsiDynix Symphony. Power. Scalability. Low TCO. These are the hallmarks of Microsoft SQL Server, which will be quite compelling to current and prospective users as they make plans for SirsiDynix Symphony."

"With SQL Server 2005 64-bit, we are delivering a robust data platform to our partners that enables them to create highly scalable IT solutions to fit the individual needs of their customers," said Vipul Shah, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft Corp. "We are very pleased that SirsiDynix has chosen to support the SQL Server 2005 data platform and plans future support for SQL Server 2008."

www.sirsidynix.com