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Infosolve Technologies Tackles Structured and Unstructured Data Quality

Infosolve Technologies (www.infosolvetech.com) announced the introduction of OpenDQ Version 2.0, a product that addresses both structured and unstructured data quality in a single solution. The company said it represents a first in the data management industry, as the only open source-based solution to comprehensively address data quality and data extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) of structured and unstructured data into a single, completely integrated solution. The integrated approach is designed to create maximum efficiency for organizations with the elimination of different interfaces and the custom programming previously required to address structured and unstructured data.

OpenDQ Version 2.0, like all of Infosolve's solutions, is powered by its Zero Based philosophy, enabling clients to utilize the solution with Zero term commitments, Zero license requirements, Zero upfront hardware investments, and Zero Defect Data. This philosophy coupled with the nature of OpenDQ Version 2.0 eliminates an organization's need to invest in separate development environments, processes, and expensive licenses for structured/unstructured data integration and data quality.

Source: Infosolve Technologies



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