If you would like to make Simba ODBC/JDBC drivers available for your customers as part of your application, you need to obtain an OEM or Redistribution License. Licensing agreement includes redistribution rights, support, maintenance and regular driver upgrades. The drivers could be branded and localized to meet your requirements.

OEM and Redistribution Licensing Benefits:

  • Provide immediate access to data for your customers, without development or maintenance costs
  • Allow your customers to use their favorite BI and analytics tools to access your data
  • Improve interoperability and integration of your data source with the vast array of systems and applications
  • Take advantage of the best in class compatibility with supported data sources and the leading BI tools
  • Simplify working with unstructured non-SQL data by complementing any data source or SaaS application with ANSI SQL-92 capability, intelligent schema auto-discovery, provisioning, and customization
  • Improve query performance and the number of supported concurrent users on the same hardware by utilizing Simba high-performance client-server protocol
  • Free up internal resources to work on your core product, not on implementation and maintenance of standard data access specifications.

Fill out the form on the right and we will help you understand your options.

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If you have custom requirement for the driver or need to implement a driver for a data source or SaaS application not currently supported by Simba, you can build a custom driver using SimbaEngine X SDK in as little as 5 days.


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