PremiumSoft announces Release of Navicat™ Data Modeler for Linux
Posted by: samnav sam
Date: June 18, 2012 02:33AM


PremiumSoft today announces the launch of the Linux version of Navicat™ Data Modeler. The addition of Navicat Data Modeler for Linux marks a complete support to the three major Operating Systems, Windows, Mac and Linux.

Due to increasing demand of a data modeling tool within Navicat, PremiumSoft has launched Navicat Data Modeler for Windows in March, and Mac version in May, and they have now complete the family by adding Linux version of the Navicat Data Modeler.

Navicat Data Modeler is a standalone product to provide sophisticated functions and features in data modeling. Navicat Data Modeler aims to provide customers an easy yet powerful way to create data models for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle and SQLite databases.

The main features in Navicat Data Modeler are:

• supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and SQLite
• database structure visually
• performs reverse/forward engineer process
• imports table structures from ODBC data sources
• generates SQL files and print models to files
• and more

Navicat Data Modeler is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux, Priced at US$199 for Commercial License, and US$79 for Non-Commercial Licenses.
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PremiumSoft was founded in 1999 and is a fast growing company, aiming at accelerating application development and database management with software that enhance productivity and maximize results of our customers. With our customer-centric focus and best-of-breed products and services, PremiumSoft has been successful in making customers significantly more productive.
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