Data Warehousing for MultiValue Made Easy - Join us for a Webinar on May 3 - 
Time set for Australia/New Zealand/Asia

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BlueFinity's strategy has always been to create market-leading tools to access 
MultiValue data.  This strategy also encompasses Microsoft tools focused 
specifically on the task of extracting data from diverse data sources into a 
consolidated Microsoft SQL Server Data Warehouse.

Microsoft has a sophisticated toolset called SQL Server Integration Services 
(SSIS) which provides a rich environment for developers to define how external 
data is to be imported into a SQL database. Once data is inside SQL, 
developers/users are able to choose from a multitude of industry-standard BI 
and analytical tools for tasks such as data mining, data migration and 
reporting services to assist them in making intelligent business decisions.

BlueFinity's mv.SSIS allows data to be read from any major MultiValue database 
directly (with no intermediate file processing) into the SSIS environment. From 
there, simple to use graphical tools in SSIS ease you through the process to 
build your data extractions.

Aggregate large amounts of bulk data from any MultiValue data source into your 
data warehouse or take advantage of 'delta updates' and capture information in 
real time, refreshing only data that has changed since the last iteration for 
greater efficiency.

The ability to extract, transform, and load MultiValue data into Microsoft SQL 
Server revolutionizes the way in which everyday users interpret and visualize 
key organization data.  BlueFinity will demonstrate how to create a simple SSIS 
transformation to move MultiValue data into MS SQL Server using mv.SSIS in this 
free webinar.

Tap into the power of a SQL-based data warehouse with easy to implement, 
seamless integration to your MultiValue system using mv.SSIS!

Data Warehousing for MultiValue Made Easy
Thursday, May 3, 2012
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM AEST

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