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Employees give the company high marks, ranking Composite as one of the best places to work in the Bay Area News Top Workplaces survey
The Top Workplaces designation identifies organizations that have created exceptional places to work and is a mark of confidence for customers and investors as well as employees and potential recruits.
Composite Software employees gave the company high marks for company conditions, direction, execution, career path, managers, as well as pay and benefits. Specifically, employees mentioned Composite Software is a place where they are “well-informed about important decisions,” and “new ideas are encouraged.”
Composite Software Named a Leader in First Data Virtualization Wave Report
The January 2012 report from independent research firm Forrester Research, Inc. “The Forrester Wave™: Data Virtualization, Q1 2012, concludes that “customers like Composite Software’s easy-to-use solution, tight integration to support most uses cases, and its lower cost, compared with larger software providers.”
Composite Software was among the select companies that Forrester invited to participate in its data virtualization research report. In this evaluation, Composite Software received perfect scores for data services performance and data services integration.
Composite Software Named an IAAS “Leader” for its Product Innovations and Proven Track Record of Supporting Complex Data Services Deployments
“The Forrester Wave™: Information-As-A-Service (IaaS), Q1 2010,” from Forrester Research concludes that enterprises seeking greater business agility and flexible data architectures are increasingly adopting IaaS or data services. The report finds, “Composite Software has succeeded over the past few years by improving its solution to support advanced features and capabilities, driving increased adoption, which has moved this company from being a Strong Performer to a Leader.
…As a result, Composite Software supports some of the most complex data services deployments seen in large banks, government agencies, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas and media and communications.
Composite Software Customer, Compassion International Recieves The BeyeNETWORK 2010 Vision Awards for Business Impact.
Compassion International and the leading provider of high-performance data virtualization, Composite Software, Inc., were recognized for “data integration.” “These winning entries show the breadth of success that can be achieved with thoughtful applications of a variety of software solutions from mature products to disruptive technologies,” said Ron Powell the Associate Publisher of the BeyeNETWORK.
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Bloor Research, recognize Composite Software and the Composite Data Virtualization Platform™ as the IT industry’s leading data virtualization solution.
The Composite Data Virtualization Platform, released in May 2010, is the industry’s most comprehensive data virtualization offering used to address the escalating enterprise demand for more agile, cost-effective data integration solutions. EMA and Bloor Research both recognize the Composite Data Virtualization Platform as the leading general-purpose data virtualization solution of choice
Compassion International Recognized as a “Laureate” for Utilizing Information Technology and Data Virtualization Services (from Composite Software) to Benefit Society.
Each year, members of the Computerworld Honors Program Chairmen’s Committee identify organizations whose use of IT has been especially noteworthy for the originality of its conception, the breadth of its vision, and the significance of its benefit to society. “To meet the information needs of its growing program, Compassion has deployed its new information architecture, MIL, to help its IT team respond more quickly to end user requests, and to more easily support new Web 2.0 collaboration applications, thereby improving the flow of information throughout the company and the communication between sponsors. We’re honored to be a part of the technology mix that makes this possible.”
Robert Eve of Composite Software Named # 5 of World’S Top 30 Influential Virtualization Bloggers
Executive Vice President of Marketing, Robert Eve, was recently named by Ulitzer.com as the world’s 5th most influential virtualization blogger among a group of thirty top-ranking industry authors. The World’s 30 most influential Virtualization bloggers collectively generated more than 24 million Ulitzer page views.
Composite Software Wins DM Reviews “Innovative Solutions Award” for Data Integration
DM Review editors deliberated extensively to choose the solutions they felt best exemplified unique software solutions or a new application of traditional software to achieve exceptional business value. Using the rapid deployment model achievable with Composite Software’s Composite Studio, Pfizer introduced maximum agility to a rigid, standards-based framework.
Intelligent Enterprise Awards Composite Software As One of ‘The Dozen’ Most Influential Vendors That Will Drive The Intelligent Enterprise.
Composite provides an abstracted (location-independent) data services layer and is well prepared for an emerging era in which clustered services and virtualization are becoming architectural norms.
Network World Selected Composite Software As One of the Best Products for Next-Gen Network Infrastructures.
Innovative and enterprise-shifting. Whether their legacy databases and systems are ready or not, enterprises are moving to virtualized environments. Composite Information Server (CIS) works to virtualize data queries, letting companies cull data from various repositories without going through lengthy integration or data-warehouse initiatives.
Survey respondents in the 2005 DM Review Readership Study Awarded Composite Software’s products With Merit Award.
Intelligent Enterprise’s Readers’ Choice Award Names Composite Software Best EII Software Runner Up
Value, reliability and broad applicability. These are the hallmarks of our subscribers’ annual pick of preferred vendors. Check out the winners and runners-up in 37 categories.
Composite Software Wins CMP Media LL Network Computing Well-Connected Award For Its Outstanding And Distinctive Product In The EII Platform
Composite Software’s Composite Information Server won the CMP Media LL Network Computing Well-Connected Award, being selected as an outstanding and distinctive product in the EII Platform, Network Application category. Network Computing thoroughly tested all of the finalists and selected them based on how the products performed in testing and evaluation within real-world environments, as well as how well they surpassed competing products. Composite Software’s Composite Information Server was awarded Editor’s Choice by Network Computing in 2004, over products such as IBM’s DB2 Information Integrator.
Red Herring 2005
Composite Software Named One of The Red Herring 100 Private Companies of North America.
Red Herring’s lists of private companies are an important part of the magazine’s tradition of identifying new and innovative technology companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring’s editorial staff rigorously evaluated more than 900 private companies through a careful analysis of financial data and subjective criteria, including quality of management, execution of strategy, and dedication to research and development.
Composite Comes Out on Top in Network Computing’s “Real-World Labs Report Card”
EII is expensive and complex, but its rewards can be great. We tested seven offerings; Composite’s CIS set the bar high by making access to dissimilar data a snap.
Composite Software Wins eWeek’s Excellence Award in Analytics and Reporting.
The winners and finalists in eWEEK’s fifth annual Excellence Awards program illustrate the efforts IT vendors are making to deliver products that meet multifaceted enterprise demands. With IT systems yielding ever-more real-time data, analytics and reporting tools are no longer the province of back-office gnomes.