Easy Data Access
Easy Data Access (EDA) finds its main focus within the data management realm, specializing in document management solutions. The company was established in 1993 and since then, has been pioneering the creation of ODBC, JDBC and XML drivers and bridges that let the worlds most popular applications communicate with relational databases and files. Its simple and intuitive document management software, Docsvault, creates a system that organizes and secures documents scattered in ad-hoc storage facilities into one centralized, user-friendly repository.
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