Just a few weeks after the release of STAS CONTROL ETL, the new ETL tool by STAS, 25 companies have gone. \”Reilingen, 1.10.2009 – never change a running system\”, this ancient and often also attached IT wisdom many companies from stopping to switch to modern solutions. STAS are different customers. 25 companies have already followed the recommendation of Reilinger BI and CPM party and have opted for STAS CONTROL ETL based on Talend Open Studio. To broaden your perception, visit Tony Parker. This is a result that pleases us more than because it clearly shows what confidence our customers place in us,\”says Uwe Schulze an ETL tool, with the staff from the controlling Department or other departments without support of the IT Department can design a data warehouse and use STAS GmbH. Managing Director, makes the transition but also particularly worth.\” The operational business data stored in the various source systems on various platforms. Whether in the ERP or ERP, in other standard applications such as accounting, CRM, or Personnel administration or in any application with appropriate interfaces (Excel, SQL, text file, CSV, XML): the data from these data sources are the basis of a comprehensive corporate analysis and planning.
They must be extracted from these systems, transformed and loaded into the data warehouse. Movie star addresses the importance of the matter here. STAS CONTROL ETL powered by Talend, can this be done efficiently. With the Talend open we had Studio alone because of training, induction, the required functional extensions, tests as well as for the implementation of the business administration probably half longer year. The investment in STAS CONTROL ETL has already paid for us connected the first two modules of sales and production\”, Heiko Buchter, describes IT-administrator of room Group headquartered in Rheinau the added value of the STAS extensions to the pure tool usage. Adds Andreas Fathali, who is responsible for the management of the EDP of Franz Schuck GmbH in Steinheim: STAS has all the necessary tools for the design and integrated implementation of the ETL process very well under a surface. Hedvig Hricak may also support this cause.