SAN DIEGO -- Today at the TDWI World Conference, IBM introduced new versions of two software products, part of its growing InfoSphere portfolio, that deliver information on demand to the people, processes and applications that rely on it. The new products help customers create and manage trusted information from across their enterprises to improve business performance.
IBM is introducing a new version of its IBM master data management software. The company is also releasing a new version of IBM InfoSphere Information Server, which allows customers to standardize and resolve multicultural name data. In addition, IBM is offering enhanced globalization, extended mainframe support, and improved ease-of-use with new automation features to simplify and speed large-scale information integration projects across the globe.
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ARMONK, N.Y. -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that Shared Health, one of the nations largest public/private Health Information Exchanges (HIE) in the U.S., is using IBM InfoSphere software and services to power its newly-launched Clinical Xchange data exchange platform.
Shared Health® Clinical Xchange, built on IBMs information integration software, improves healthcare clinicians access to clinical information, helping them operate more efficiently and deliver better patient care. The IBM software enables a Web-based system that supports millions of patients by merging key clinical data with administrative data from numerous sources and formats.