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How to integrate OpenEdge data with other sources

How to integrate OpenEdge data with other sources

March 09, 2015 0 Comments

Join us for the new Progress Easyl webinar

Join us for the new Progress Easyl webinar

Blending data from different sources unlocks new insights and revenue opportunities.

Everyone knows about the importance of data integration, but few manage to implement it successfully. That’s because there’s a step to the integration process that often goes unmentioned—data preparation. Data comes at you from all directions and in all forms. You have relational databases, NoSQL sources, data from SaaS apps like SalesForce, data from Progress® OpenEdge® and more. All these sources treat data differently, which is a serious problem. In order to leverage your data in a meaningful way, you must first prepare it in order to convert it to a common format. This is usually a painstaking process often requiring someone to copy and paste rows of data by hand all while searching for records that match, de-duplicating repeated entries and correcting errors.

Luckily, there is a solution—Progress® Easyl®.

Find Out More

This week, on March 12th, Progress is hosting a webinar where we will demonstrate how to leverage Easyl to blend data sources to create a rich and informative data view. During this presentation, we will demonstrate how Easyl can provide new revenue driving opportunities and ROI for applications built on OpenEdge. Though we are focusing on an OpenEdge use case, this webinar will be applicable to any data source.

For more information, make sure to register for our webinar, and if waiting is too much for you, don’t worry! You can learn more and start a trial of Easyl on our website today!

Rich Julius

Rich is the Principal Product Manager for Progress Easyl, a cloud-based data integration and blending tool that enables you to create reporting data sets and data marts “on-the-fly” quickly and easily. Rich has spent two decades working with data-driven applications and marketing automation, and served in senior management roles at a number of Silicon Valley companies before settling in North Carolina. Rich has led consulting engagements for Fortune 1000 clients including Cisco, Microsoft, Seagate and McKesson, and is an alum of PeopleSoft, Oracle, and Informix. Rich was nominated in 2015 by President Barack Obama to serve on the Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board.

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