Easy data integration

Jason Gleason

Conductor is a business data management tool unlike any other.

We make it easy to integrate data between systems and protect business data from unexpected source data changes. Our next feature release of Conductor is going live early next week and make it even easier to manage data smartly.

Building on our platform of using fuzzy matching to simplify data transformation, we have made moving data between IT and business systems easier than before. Data management is now a human process, so our customers can work with their data in a way that makes sense to people, not machines.

Move data between any databases

Data migration costs a fortune in money, time, and frustration. Despite being incredibly powerful at managing and controlling data, it is an error-prone process moving data between databases. Further complicating matters is the tools used to transfer data between databases, text files, and spreadsheets are difficult to use by anyone other than highly-skilled developers.

Conductor allows staff to move data between databases and files in a few steps without requiring years of database programming experience or coding skills. Actually, they probably don’t even need a manual. Conductor also does a lot of the repetitive work for you, so it matches between tables that are structurally similar removing the majority of the manual tasks.

Business data rules made easy

Business data rules are usually applied across databases and applications without a central store to hold and enforce them. Or, installing a business rules engine can cost in the hundreds of thousands of dollars and take several months.

Conductor allows you to add business rules in a natural manner and they are controlled from one location. The example below has distinct settings for business rules (such as, only import invoices that are positive numbers) with no limit to what can be added. In our next release will be able to handle lookup-based rules, so a rule could state “Insert into the invoice table when an invoice is for a customer that exists in the customer table.”

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