ATTUNITY Announces Return to Compliance with NASDAQ Listing Requirement
May 9, 2006
BURLINGTON, Mass., May 09, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
Attunity, Ltd. (NASDAQ: ATTU), a leading provider of enterprise-class Integration Platforms for real-time and on-demand data integration, today announced that it has regained compliance with the minimum $10,000,000 stockholders' equity requirement for continued listing on the NASDAQ National Market. Attunity remains subject NASDAQ's continued listing requirements.
Attunity is a leading provider of enterprise-class data integration software - the Attunity Integration Suite (AIS). Using Attunity's products, companies can seamlessly connect to data sources, stream data changes across the enterprise, and federate heterogeneous information to achieve a single view of their business. Employing a unique distributed architecture, Attunity software runs natively on enterprise data servers, turning locked data silos into an efficient Information Grid. The result is significantly enhanced performance and reduced cost of ownership.
Attunity software solutions are used world-wide for Data Warehousing, Operational Data Stores, and a variety of Information Integration initiatives, including service-oriented integration to the mainframe as part of EAI projects, legacy data access for business intelligence and reporting, real-time and efficient ETL based on change data capture, and single customer views from disparate information sources. Also, Attunity is a trusted partner for industry leaders like IBM, Oracle and HP who embed Attunity software into their products and solution offerings.
Attunity also provides an exciting new breed of management application software - Attunity InFocus (AIF) - specifically architected to improve the daily operational actions of executives and business managers. The solution delivers an innovative approach to improving business operations by helping deliver "high-performance management". Quickly and easily adaptable to the way business managers think and work at all levels, it improves the way operational actions are assessed, acted upon and followed up, in-context and in real-time.