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Chick-fil-A, Inc has chosen Information Anywhere Suite to efficiently and securely communicate information between its corporate office and restaurant systems.

Simbex LLC
The company’s Head Impact Telemetry (HIT) System powered by SQL Anywhere seeks to improve sports safety through the detection and monitoring of potentially injurious head impacts.

Duke University Health System
Duke University Health System is a world-class healthcare network dedicated to providing outstanding patient care, educating tomorrow's healthcare leaders and discovering new and better ways to treat disease through biomedical research.

Questek Systems Inc.
Questek Systems Inc. is the developer of Humanis Staffing Software, which is used by hundreds of staffing companies with Advantage Database Server to provide a reliable, easy to deploy and use, front-and back-office business management solution.

Correos, the Spanish postal service, handles over 5 billion postal deliveries each year and serves over 19 million homes and 2 million companies a day.

ELIXIA Health & Wellness Group
ELIXIA Health & Wellness Group is a leading European provider in the field of sports, wellness and health, serving more than 170,000 people. ELIXIA uses SQL Anywhere for club administration resulting in check-in times in less than two seconds.

Travis Software
Travis Software shifted to an embedded client/server environment using Advantage Database Server, allowing a central server to manage data flow and search functions, streamline user traffic, and optimize server capabilities.

Ticket Team
With Advantage, Ticket Team's application ran fast regardless of whether it was being used at a small club with two users, or the big clubs.

Animal Intelligence Software
Animal Intelligence chose the client/server functionality of Advantage Database Server to store, manage, and update patient information for veterinarians who deploy Animal Intelligence software.

CCH Incorporated
CCH wanted a client/server database model to properly manage the complex and potentially huge database tables created by its customers, which number nearly 60,000 and include some of the largest accounting firms in the world.
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