New York, United States (October 18, 2006) – EMS, one of the leaders in database administration software development is pleased to announce the release of a new product EMS SQL Management Studio for PostgreSQL! In order to meet the wishes of our customers we have released SQL Studio - a product that unites all must-have tools for database administration and development in one powerful and easy-to-use work environment. Whether you are a database or application developer, DBA or business analyst, EMS SQL Management Studio offers all essential tools to make you more productive than ever before!
In-purchase benefits: Acquiring a full set of must-have tools for only 50% of their regular price! FREE One Year of Maintenance already included! FREE software updates and upgrades during Maintenance period! FREE and unlimited Technical Support during Maintenance period! * Reasonable pricing for Maintenance renewal – from 20% per Year!
What is EMS SQL Management Studio
EMS SQL Management Studio is a complete solution for database administration and development. With components that focus on all critical database management tasks, SQL Studio is a single workbench that provides you with must-have tools for administering databases and managing database objects as well as for database migration, extraction, data import, export and comparison. SQL Studio unites these tools in one powerful and easy-to-use environment that can work round the clock.
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EMS SQL Management Studio is available for the following SQL servers: MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL and InterBase/Firebird.
You can download EMS SQL Management Studio at: SQL Studio Download page
Trial version is fully functional. Trial period lasts 30 days.
We would like to bring it to your attention that SQL Studio becomes EMS first product sold with Maintenance under EMS Software Maintenance Program. One year of Maintenance is already included in SQL Studio for free!
You can read full information on Maintenance at our Maintenance FAQ.
Hope you will enjoy working with our software!
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