Organizations undertaking a data project will face integration challenges, the ability to analyze data from multiple sources, including structured, unstructured, and legacy systems, is crucial to success. We can help mesh disparate data sources by introducing proprietary data integration tools or more commonly known as Extract Transfer Load (ETL) tools into any data driven business initiative.
Common Data Integration Challenges:
IT organizations are handling more data, in more formats and systems, from more partners that even before. How do you provide a single, comprehensive view into your critical information assets? How do you handle the complexity of your enterprise data-its volume, its latency, its many formats and structures?
Timely information fuels all companies and organizations competitive business initiatives, such as compliance programs and mergers and acquisitions. How do you make data available when and how the business needs it-in batch, near real-time, and real-time modes-to increase operational efficiency?
Each business initiative creates a new IT project. And every IT project requires data integration. How does your IT organization reuse data integration skills and logic across these projects to keep IT costs in check?
The business needs to make decisions quickly, and it needs to base its decision making on reliable data. How does your IT organization proactively prevent questionable, inconsistent, or inaccurate data from proliferating throughout your business? How do you resolve and fix data quality issues at point of entry?
ETL Tool Key Benefits:
Provide the Right Information, at the Right Time
Enhance Cross-Team Productivity and Cross-Functional Collaboration
Meet the Demand for Enterprise-Wide, Mission-Critical Deployment
Data Integration Capabilities:
US21 utilizes ETL tools that are highly scalable, highly available, high-performance software that lets IT organizations access and integrate data from virtually any business system (including CRM, ERP, Supply Chain, Financial, Marketing, Sales etc.), in any format, and deliver that data throughout the enterprise at any speed to improve operational efficiency. ETL tools serve as the foundation for all data integration projects and enterprise integration initiatives, including:
B2B Data Exchange
Data Synchronization and Replication
Enterprise Data Warehousing
Integration Competency Centers (ICC)
Master Data Management (MDM)
Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA)
US21 holds close relationships with data integration vendors, regularly using proprietary and open source software on client engagements. Our data integration tools of choice include: Informatica PowerCenter, IBM InfoSphere DataStage, Microsoft SSIS, Ab Initio and Talend Enterprise Data Integration.