Data quality solution vendor Trillium Software and data integration, protection and sorting software vendor Syncsort have designed a software-based application connector that links the two vendors’ offerings together. The connector therefore links the Trillium Software System data quality product with DMExpress, Syncsort’s data integration and extract, transform and load (ETL) solution.
The partnership agreement is aimed at providing customers with a high speed data transformation and aggregation solution, and potentially lowering costs for data warehousing, business intelligence, customer relationship management, and data integration initiatives. The vendors hope to achieve this with the integration of data quality projects into the DMExpress job flow at any point in an ETL process. This is therefore intended to provide a single user interface for business and IT users to quickly investigate, improve, govern and monitor their data.
Harvey Tessler, senior vice president of marketing at Syncsort, reckons the integrated solution makes enterprise data more complete and more meaningful in an accelerated timeframe. “Our combined solution for data integration and quality greatly reduces analysis time and identifies problems within data sources that will potentially allow our customers to avoid unnecessary project costs,” he says.
Syncsort and Trillium claim the solution builds an accurate and consistent master record of data at any point in a business process. Leonard Dubois, senior vice president of marketing at Trillium Software, adds: “Unlike other products that require you to assume or guess at the quality of the information, integration of the DMExpress and Trillium Software System helps customers more quickly, accurately and automatically ensure data quality in any data integration or management process.”
Trilluim has been busily ramping up its data management efforts over the last few months, with the announcement of another partnership with business process software vendor Cordys just last week. It launched its Data Intelligence & Governance (DIG) solution in November last year, but has not yet publicly announced a financial services client win. Let’s hope that all its efforts have not been in vain.