Princeton Softech has reported that Deutsche Bank has selected its Optim tool to manage enterprise application data growth and maintain application performance levels.
Princeton Softech says its software allows enables organizations like Deutsche Bank to apply a consistent enterprise data management strategy across applications, platforms and databases. Ultimately, organizations can align application data management with business objectives to optimize performance, control cost and reduce risks.
Optim’s archiving capabilities allow organizations to meet application performance targets, which in turn drives revenue growth. Information is readily available, allowing a quick response to client inquiries and legal requests. Optim also protects the privacy and integrity of enterprise data, helping to support compliance initiatives.
To support its daily business operations, Deutsche Bank uses a credit risk management application that runs on Oracle 9i and uses a Solaris database server. Over 2,000 business users rely on the credit risk management application, adding to the strained resources already limited by data growth. This strain is what prompted Deutsche Bank to look into an enterprise data management solution.