CrossZ Software has started shipping its new Voyager datamart design tool to complement its existing Query Object System data extraction tool and database builder. Voyager enables users to identify which subset of data they wish to put in their data mart and makes recommendations as to what the data mart should look like. CrossZ, which is based in New York, set up its European headquarters in the UK in May and expects to float on Nasdaq in the next couple of weeks at between $6-10.
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