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Export to CSV (ETL made simple)

DataSlave™ is designed to quickly help you, working from your marketing, contact or other database, export that data to, for example, a CSV file . DataSlave export to csv feature supports many common data formats.

Export to CSV in action

Export to CSV

 

Export to CSV and Import has never been easier. Support for SQL Server, Access, Oracle, MySQL, Text files and much more. Please download a free evaluation copy today.

Select the columns you want to export, Carry out any formatting of the data and then export to a comma delimited file (CSV) or tab delimted file (TSV).

Text files are comma or tab delimited with an option string qualifier to make ensure the values are clear and are not confused with the commas or tabs delimiting the fields. The fields are separated by commas or by tabs. Nothing could be clearer or simpler.

 

Import from CSV, Export to CSV, Validate a CSV file and may more uses.

 

Key data export and import projects our customers have undertaken

 
Data Export / Import project
Major UK bank exports data from a sales system to a customer service system to manage a large customer communications project. Mission critical data export / import.
 
Data Export project
Web marketing services company carries out a regular export to CSV as part of a significant wen marketing initiative
 
Data Export project
US data supplier uses DataSlave to carry out export to csv for delivery of that data to customers.

Your data export project

Contact us today and let us help you design your export to csv or import project. We can join you in a GoToMeeting session or you can send us a sample of the data you need to manipulate.Let our professional team help you meet your project delivery targets. Data Import, Validation, Transformation and Export is our business.



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