Informix for Public Sector

Why Informix?

IBM Informix is one of the most widely used database servers, powering thousands of applications in the public sector throughout the world with applications ranging from land management and tax revenue management, to waterway and shipping administration and smart meter data management.

Informix incorporates design concepts that are uniquely suited to the challenges faced in today’s public sector organizations.

IBM Informix software provides cost-effective performance, availability, and requires a minimal number of administrators managing multiple database server instances. A reliable, easy-to-maintain database is a necessity for robust architectures. Informix has helped many public sector organizations keep their IT management costs down, while supporting the rapid growth of their current infrastructure.

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Real world experiences

By integrating agency services using a single SOA-based framework, IBM has helped us significantly improve citizens’ access to services, decrease infrastructure costs and reduce our environmental impact. We believe this will soon become the model for other states across Mexico.

Secretary of Finance, Jalisco, Mexico

Elections BC was impressed with the Barrodale Computing Services DataBlade technology and with IBM Informix as a mapping solution.

Peter Gzowski, Director, Voter Registration and Boundaries, Elections BC

Our data warehouse stores information from complex numerical models and weather observations in real time, and Informix provides the flexible retrieval mechanisms we need to produce tailored weather reports for our customers.

Esa Falkenroth, Database Architect, Swedish Metrological and Hydrological Institute

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