Metagenix’ MetaRecon reverse engineers metadata information by examining the raw data contained in the source(s) rather than depending on the data dictionaries of the existing legacy systems (which are often incorrect). Other unique Metagenix approaches include an "open book" policy, which includes publishing product price lists on their web site and complete access to company officials, including CEO and President Greg Leman. According to Mr. Leman, "we’re pathologically honest".
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until January 15, 2001. It was a circuitous process, but DataStage remains a market leader.) MetaRecon 2.5 also includes support for ETL products from Informatica . The latest development on the MetaRecon front is support for UNIX as a server platform (currently on Sun Solaris, HP/UX, and Linux, with the possibility of support for other UNIX variants based on customer demand). Since the back-end product was written in PERL, which is a portable computer language, implicit multi-platform support has always