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SSIS to extract and transform your data
The ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) tool proposed by Microsoft is SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services), giving you an easy means of collecting, extracting and transforming your data and then making them actionable in a data warehouse system.
Key components of the Microsoft ETL platform include management functions (for administering execution and storage), graphical tools, and transformations for cleansing, aggregating and merging your data.
Solution BI’s expertise also covers the data repository management and cleansing solutions included with SQL Server:
SQL Server Master Data Services (MDS)
MDS is a central data hub that ensures integrity of information and consistency of data across different applications.
SQL Server Data Quality Services (DQS)
DQS enables you to cleanse, match, standardize and enrich data and provides you with trusted information for decision making and data warehousing and on transaction processing workloads.
Solution BI has been delivering expertise in Microsoft’s ETL solutions since 2014
Solution BI proposes a customized offering tailored to the specific needs and features of each organization. Our Microsoft experts deliver solutions with powerful cutting-edge integration, cleansing and monitoring functions from a single data repository.
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