There are a number of items on which to base your decision. You need to do a thorough analysis of both products to determine which one will best meet your needs. Some of the items to consider are:
Compatibility: Do you presently have existing databases? Do you need to share information between database? Does either of these tools make that easier for you?
Support: What type of support is offered by the vendor? Does that meet your ongoing service level agreements with your clients?
Cost: What is the licensing structure of each product? What are the costs associated with these? Do you have any cost constraints when making this decision?
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