Starfish ETL Spotlight Report

Data integration and data migration processes are an important component of an organization's data management cycle. After assessing real data movement scenarios within its own list of customers, CRM consulting services company Technology Advisors has stepped into the software development field with several applications to add value to existing CRM offerings. The company launched Starfish ETL, a migration and data extraction application, in 2010. In this TEC Spotlight report TEC Senior Data Management Analyst Jorge Garcia details Starfish's background, structure, key features, and benefits.

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