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Centerfield Technology is getting into the swing of the economic stimulus package by pricing its HomeRun database performance suite for an entire System i at the same price that it normally would ask for just a single partition. The company is also hoping that the offer will have a positive effect on its customers' systems and achieve previously unrealized efficiencies.

The economy is forcing businesses to change, and the right tools can make those changes viable, says Mark Holm, Centerfield's chief technology officer. "Many times we've seen where we have made an immediate impact on system performance so orders, business processes, and workloads can be executed faster and with more efficiency," he says. "To use a baseball analogy, we are in the fifth inning of an economic downturn. There are very few applications that are as efficient as they could be, and Centerfield can help those applications throw fast balls the rest of the game," Holm says.

Whether you are using Microsoft's .NET technology, IBM's WebSphere, RPG with SQL, or an off-the-shelf ERP package, Centerfield can help with tuning software or quick-hit consulting.

HomeRun, Centerfield's suite of database tools normally is priced per LPAR. For a limited time, HomeRun will be priced at $18,000 for a complete System i footprint. Existing customers may license additional partitions for just the cost of maintenance and support.

Sign up for a live overview and demonstration of what the Centerfield software can do at a briefing scheduled for 1:00 p.m. CT, Wednesday, Feb. 25. Register at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/241836353, or visit the company's Web site.

About Centerfield Technology, Inc. 

For more than 10 years, Centerfield Technology has created a set of groundbreaking tools that help companies and ISVs more effectively utilize the AS/400, iSeries, and System i. Today Centerfield helps clients manage complex databases, .NET and SQL-based applications with tools and services that deliver high performance, reduce the time needed to diagnose application issues and control unrestricted access to System i data.

Centerfield Technology is getting into the swing of the economic stimulus package by pricing its HomeRun database performance suite for an entire System i at the same price that it normally would ask for just a single partition. The company is also hoping that the offer will have a positive effect on its customers' systems and achieve previously unrealized efficiencies.

The economy is forcing businesses to change, and the right tools can make those changes viable, says Mark Holm, Centerfield's chief technology officer. "Many times we've seen where we have made an immediate impact on system performance so orders, business processes, and workloads can be executed faster and with more efficiency," he says. "To use a baseball analogy, we are in the fifth inning of an economic downturn. There are very few applications that are as efficient as they could be, and Centerfield can help those applications throw fast balls the rest of the game," Holm says.

Whether you are using Microsoft's .NET technology, IBM's WebSphere, RPG with SQL, or an off-the-shelf ERP package, Centerfield can help with tuning software or quick-hit consulting.

HomeRun, Centerfield's suite of database tools normally is priced per LPAR. For a limited time, HomeRun will be priced at $18,000 for a complete System i footprint. Existing customers may license additional partitions for just the cost of maintenance and support.

Sign up for a live overview and demonstration of what the Centerfield software can do at a briefing scheduled for 1:00 p.m. CT, Wednesday, Feb. 25. Register at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/241836353, or visit the company's Web site.

About Centerfield Technology, Inc. 

For more than 10 years, Centerfield Technology has created a set of groundbreaking tools that help companies and ISVs more effectively utilize the AS/400, iSeries, and System i. Today Centerfield helps clients manage complex databases, .NET and SQL-based applications with tools and services that deliver high performance, reduce the time needed to diagnose application issues and control unrestricted access to System i data.

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