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HighJump’s warehouse management system certified with SQL Server 2012

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, announced that it has certified the newest version of its warehouse management system (WMS) with Microsoft Corp.’s SQL Server 2012.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 11, 2012

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, announced that it has certified the newest version of its warehouse management system (WMS) with Microsoft Corp.’s SQL Server 2012.

SQL Server 2012 is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock breakthrough insights across the organization and quickly build solutions to extend data across on-premises and public cloud, backed by mission critical confidence. HighJump and Microsoft have a long-standing relationship that continues to grow.

“SQL Server 2012 was developed to provide customers with mission critical confidence with greater uptime, high-performance data warehousing, and enhanced security features for mission critical workloads,” said Eugene Saburi, General Manager, SQL Server Product Marketing, Microsoft. “This recent certification demonstrates HighJump Software’s commitment to serving the needs of customers relying on Microsoft-based solutions and developing expertise on the latest Microsoft technology.”

“Our partnership with Microsoft enables us to bring flexible, highly functional and scalable software solutions to market faster —delivering lower total cost of ownership and increasing ROI for our customers,” Russell Fleischer, CEO, HighJump Software.

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