Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
What is Attunity's mission statement?
To provide rapidly deployable software solutions that help our customers improve the effectiveness of their business, management teams, and company interactions.
When was Attunity founded?
Attunity was originally founded as ISG International Software Group, Ltd. in 1988; the company changed its name to Attunity on July 31, 2000.
When did the company go public?
Attunity went public in 1992 under the name ISG International Software Group and changed its name to Attunity on July 31, 2000. The company's common stock now trades on NASDAQ under the symbol ATTU.
What markets does Attunity serve?
Businesses and organizations in all industries benefit from Attunity solutions. However, with a long-standing heritage in legacy and mainframe platforms, Attunity has a particularly strong presence in the telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing industries.
How many years has Attunity been in the data integration market?
Attunity's first product release of Attunity Connect was in 1996. Since then Attunity has been providing software and services that enable companies to better connect enterprise data, legacy applications, and people together.
How many companies use the product?
Attunity has successfully delivered production-proven software and services to over 2,000 major companies in the US and throughout the world. Most are using Attunity products to enable integration of back-office processes, applications, and information with today's desktop and web applications, as well as in the cloud. For more information, visit the Customer section.
Who are Attunity's business partners?
Attunity has strategic alliances with Oracle, HP, Microsoft, IBM and many other world-class partners that incorporate or resell Attunity software with their products. Through these partnerships, Attunity’s customers are assured of a greater choice of solution offerings and tighter product integration and service. For more information, visit the Partner section.
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