Survey Proves Advanced Technology Makes A Complete SQL Recovery Tool

Gothenburg, Sweden, January 4, 2012: – The Company takes the initiative of informing the results of the recently conducted survey via this release. The recently conducted survey included many other SQL Recovery software applications that had the ability to recover corrupt MDF file so that the users could open MS SQL database even after experiencing corruptness. But the USP was found in only one software application i.e. the SQL Server database recovery software which was highly advanced in the technologies that were instilled in the software application.

The demonstration of the software was taken among the live audience present at the survey conduction venue. Via the demonstration it was observed that the software was built with QDRT and QIRT i.e. Quick Data Recovery Technique and Quick Information Recovery Technique respectively to render a swift process to recover corrupt MDF file in order to fix MDF file.

The publically conducted survey went quite successfully as it credited all the other SQL Recovery software applications for the peculiarities they had but ranked the SQL Recovery tool as a Complete SQL Recovery software solution because of the highly advanced techniques instilled in it.

Evan Swans, Director Product Development said regarding the public audience survey conduction in the following words: “The survey was quite helpful as it helped many software developing organization’s respective heads to interact and share their experiences of creating SQL Recovery tool and their intellect ideologies. This survey successfully rated the SQL Recovery software of our organization as the complete SQL Recovery program and all the credit to which goes to the developing team of the software as it instilled the QDRT and QIRT in the software programming to render the users with a swift yet powerfully effective and safe process of recovery. We hope and promise to supply such productive services initiated with the help of the intellectual minds behind the creation of the many software applications of the organization.”

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