October 9, 2007

Another firm that never sees DB2 in data warehousing

At the Teradata show today, I talked with Mike Weber of Scorecard Systems Inc. Scorecard’s business is vertical BI for telecommunications companies to analyze call data. They support Teradata (obviously), Oracle, and Microsoft SQL*Server, with Netezza coming soon. But not DB2.

Mike says that, in ten years in this business, he’s never seen DB2. That’s even longer than Attensity and (especially) Clarabridge have been around, but otherwise it’s exactly the same thing I heard from them last week.

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