Our Professional Services team leverages our expertise in development and deployment of Database Connectivity Middleware. Our prime objective is to ensure the success of your organization as it embarks upon organization-, division-, and department-wide initiatives centered around Database Connectivity Middleware and related technologies.
OpenLink Software offers high quality professional services covering the following areas:
OpenLink Software provides a comprehensive suite of training courses covering ODBC, JDBC, Client-Server Computing, and Distributed Computing. These courses include OpenLink product specific and non-OpenLink product specific courses.
Courses Currently Available:
For general booking information details please see our contact page.
OpenLink Software provides 4 forms of Consultancy in relation to Database Connectivity Technology:
For further information on our Consultancy Services please contact us.
OpenLink Software also provides technology implementation and deployment services. These services involve OpenLink consultants taking full responsibility for the implementation and roll out of ODBC/JDBC/UDBC based solutions across one or more sites within your organization.
If you are interested in any of these services, simply fill out our online professional services enquiry form, and an OpenLink professional services consultant will be in touch with you shortly after the form is completed and sent to us.
For further information on our Technology Implementation & Deployment Services please complete the following Enquiry Form
Contact OpenLink Professional Services:
OpenLink Software (UK Office)
Covering Europe, Australia, Africa, Antarctica, Asia & Middle East and all other regions(map)
OpenLink Software (UK) Ltd.
Suite 273, Airport House, ,Tel.: +44 (0)20 8681 7701
Fax: +44 (0)20 8681 7702
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