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Datawatch Enterprise Server--Cloud launched
CHELMSFORD, Mass. (10/18/12)--Datawatch Corporation, a provider of information optimization solutions, has released Datawatch Enterprise Server--Cloud to help clients build information optimization applications from all types of data--and to deliver them more cost-effectively to more users across enterprises of every size.

Developed from the signature Monarch product line, Datawatch Enterprise Server--Cloud allows existing Monarch customers to move their existing models and applications to the cloud to be shared with more users without the need to purchase or implement new hardware. For new customers, Datawatch's cloud solution allows them to build and deploy information optimization applications that can access a wider variety of data sources and provides these organizations with a 360-degree view of their businesses to improve processes and analyze more types of information.

Simultaneously with the announcement of Datawatch Enterprise Server--Cloud, Datawatch also announced a corporate rebranding initiative to better represent its position as a technological and market leader in the information optimization market. A new image and fresh website were unveiled to highlight changes such as Datawatch Enterprise Server--Cloud that Datawatch is introducing to the market.


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