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The Co>Operating System is an environment for building, integrating, and running enterprise business applications. The Co>Operating System is the foundation for all of Ab Initio's technologies. These technologies provide a complete and seamless application development and execution environment.

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A multinational transportation company
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Financial Services Firm31%
Computer Software Company25%
Comms Service Provider12%
Insurance Company7%
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Ab Initio Co>Operating System is ranked 40th in Data Integration Tools while DDN DataFlow is ranked unranked in Data Integration Tools. Ab Initio Co>Operating System is rated 0.0, while DDN DataFlow is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Ab Initio Co>Operating System is most compared with IBM InfoSphere DataStage, SSIS, Talend Open Studio, Collibra Catalog and Informatica PowerCenter, whereas DDN DataFlow is most compared with .

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