Baycastle deploy DataSlave 3 for the first time
Work has progressed well on Baycastle’s new major release of DataSlave. Designed using a flow-based programming approach, DataSlave 3 is designed to work on multi-threaded and multi core machines distributing tasks to processors as required.
Baycastle has the engine operational and has used DataSlave 3 on a number of projects including data import for patient data collection project for a NHS hospital, the migration of large volumes of CRM data and data migration between Sage 200 and Microsoft Exchange.
Baycastle’s DataSlave product offers a market-leading utility for data import, data validation and data export. DataSlave 3 will enhance the offering, adding improved facilities for enterprise deployment of batch data migrations and features added to allow integration by third parties into their own products including re-branding.
“DataSlave 3 is an exciting new approach to data migration allowing the team to quickly build support for each new data source. Meeting the needs of projects has never been easier”, Tom, Lead Architect.
Contact us today to discuss your Data Import or Data Export projects.
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