Glovia ERP Solutions Now Supports SQL Server 2012

This week Glovia International announced that its upcoming release of Glovia G2 will include support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Glovia G2 will be poised to take advantage of the advanced features of SQL Server 2012, including contained database, change data capture and interactive data exploration.

Glovia Executive James Gorham discussed the release, stating that "In keeping with our mission to deliver cost-effective industry leading solutions, we are extremely excited by this release of G2 -- fully supporting the SQL Server 2012 capabilities. We continue to offer our existing and future customers an ever increasing value to their business while at the same time significant savings and return-on-investments with their use of the G2 solution."

This week Glovia International announced that its upcoming release of Glovia G2 will include support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Glovia G2 will be poised to take advantage of the advanced features of SQL Server 2012, including contained database, change data capture and interactive data exploration.

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