AICC’s June Software Committee meeting was hosted by Phil Rubin of rDialogue at the Webber School in Sandy Springs. ActiveBase presented their technology. The committee accepted the concept of a series of educational events focused on Israeli innovation developed by a sub-committee and asked the team to continue their work towards a launch event and Bill Dale of GreenRoad Technologies updated the committee on the recend financing round closed and the progress the company has been making recently. Nineteen AICC members and staff attended the meeting chaired by Lorin Coles.
Tony Cannizzo introduced Ramat Gan–based ActiveBase , represented in the region by Roswell- based Silos-Connect. Established in 2002, ActiveBase has developed ‘on-motion’ database security and application performance software applications. Current customers and partners includeVerint (NJ), at&t (through Amdocs), National Bank of Hungary, General Electric (Hungary), Teva Pharmaceuticals, Phoenix Insurance, Cellcom, First International Bank, Orange, Ness (Israel), and others.
ActiveBase products are based on patent pending Database Network Router (DNR) technology, transparently installed between applications and databases, with database traffic routed through it (inline proxy). Unique underline DNR technology enables ActiveBase to deliver many capabilities including “Knowledge Policy Packs” for speeding packaged business applications, “Gentle Block” and “on-the-fly Data Scrambling” for controlling and securing applications without any changes required to application code or databases configuration. Application is beneficial for security, privacy, quality assurance, and troubleshooting. The product is sold through software resellers and integrators specializing in Oracle database.
The company is asking the committees assistance in introduction to potential end clients (large corporations), technical consultants, and resellers.