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PartsSource Selects DBI as DB2 Performance Tool Vendor of Choice
Date:5/3/2011

AUSTIN, Texas, May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DBI announced today that they assisted PartsSource, Inc., the world's leading provider of biomedical and imaging replacement parts and software solutions for clinical engineers, in the successful migration of a mission critical Oracle database to the IBM DB2 for LUW database.  The conversion enables PartsSource to provide their customers with improved performance when ordering parts online, 24/7.  

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Mr. Scott Hayes, President and CEO of DBI, stated, "It really makes everyone at DBI proud when companies like PartsSource benefit from our software.  Through DBI's assistance and optimization tools, PartsSource not only eliminated the need for a hardware investment but also enhanced system performance."  

"The selection of DBI as a provider for performance tuning was not only the best technical choice on the market, it was a great financial investment," stated Dan Betting, VP Information Systems at PartsSource.  "We were about to make a substantial investment in hardware.  By teaming with DBI, we avoided that investment, realized an instant ROI, and improved quality of service for our valued customers!"  Mr. Sam Powell, DBA for PartsSource, added, "Using the DB2 advisor was not sufficient.  The DBI tool suite provides capabilities that can't be found within DB2.  By using DBI we improved performance from 6 seconds to 3 milliseconds.  We also improved our I/O per second, dropping IOPS from 4,000 to an average of less than a thousand."

About PartsSource

Founded in 2001, PartsSource, Inc., is the largest multi-vendor, multi-manufacturer supplier of replacement parts to the medical equipment service industry.  PartsSource also offers proprietary software solutions related to the acquisition and life cycle management of parts and equipment.   The company has been recognized by clinical engineers and healthcare executives alike for its unique ePartsFinder™ application which increases efficiency and reduces costs.

About DBI

DBI (Database-Brothers, Inc.), headquartered in Austin, TX, is an industry leader in distributed database performance solutions that enable companies to accelerate business performance with clarity while lowering IT costs. For information about DBI, please visit www.DBIsoftware.com or call Pat Guider at (866) 773-8789 x110.

DBI, DBI logos, and all other DBI product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of Database-Brothers, Inc. DB2 is a registered trademark of IBM.  PartsSource and ePartsFinder are trademarks or registered trademark of PartsSource, Inc.  All other trademarks or registered trademarks belong to their respective companies. © 2011, Database-Brothers, Inc. All rights reserved.


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