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Embarcadero Named to the SD Times 100

Recognized Among the Industry's Top Leaders, Innovators and Influencers in the Database and Database Management Category

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/14 -- Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, has been recognized by the editors of SD Times as one of the industry's top leaders, innovators and influencers in the 'database and database management' category of the 2014 SD Times 100. Embarcadero -- which provides data modeling and database management tools -- has been included in the SD Times 100 eight times since 2005.

"The software development industry has always been competitive, but never more so given the innovation we're seeing in so many spaces, including mobile, cloud, SaaS, DevOps/ALM, developer tools, quality assurance and Big Data," said David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of BZ Media's SD Times. "For the 2014 SD Times 100, our editors carefully considered each nominee's products and services, thought leadership and reputation. Thanks to companies like Embarcadero Technologies, the future for software development is very bright!"

According to SD Times editors, companies listed on the SD Times 100 represent the "best of the best." They are leaders in their industry that determine a direction that developers follow. They also play a role in setting the industry agenda, and provide products and services that advance the art of software development. In selecting companies for the 'Database and Database Management' category, SD Times acknowledged that data is still the most important part of software projects, and managing data structures is just as important.

"97% of the Global 2000 enterprises design, develop, and manage their data with Embarcadero solutions," said Michael Swindell, Senior Vice President of Products at Embarcadero. "We're proud to be named among the 2014 SD Times 100. The recognition is testament to Embarcadero's leadership and dedication to heterogeneous database design, development and management."

When choosing the SD Times 100, the editors carefully considered each company's offerings and reputation. They also listened for "buzz" -- how much attention and conversation they heard around the company and its products and technologies -- as a sign of leadership within the industry.

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About Embarcadero Technologies
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of award-winning tools for application developers and database professionals so they can design systems right, build them faster and run them better, regardless of their platform or programming language. Ninety of the Fortune 100 and an active community of more than three million users worldwide rely on Embarcadero products to increase productivity, reduce costs, simplify change management and compliance, and accelerate innovation. Founded in 1993, Embarcadero is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices located around the world. To learn more, please visit www.embarcadero.com.

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