Intelligent Decisions Announces Partnership with Grid-Tools

Harry Martin

Intelligent Decisions has announced its partnership with Grid-Tools.

ID will provide sales, support and professional services for the Grid-Tools suite of software. Specifically, the firm will provide resources for government products and services that secure personal data during database testing and development process.

President and CEO of ID Harry Martin said without question, data security is of critical importance to the organizations and companies responsible for keeping personal data and information secured for their valued clients. He added that his company is pleased to promote Grid-Tools products and services to the federal government.

One of the Grid-Tools products ID will promote is the GT-Datamaker. This product manages and generates data in database testing and development, including database subsetting, data masking and managing, and enhancing test data in multiple formats.

This partnership between the two companies comes at a time when Grid-Tools is expanding, recruiting new employees in its sales and marketing departments.


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