We started back in the 90's with EDI over X400 interfacing disparate systems for supply chain management and over the years we've build a specialism in being able to exchange data between systems that don't naturally wish to do so. The process of developing data interfaces is often a long one especially when your trying to move data in both directions and from systems that are decades apart. A good example would be exchanging data from a HP9000 running HPUX and a Windows Server running SQL2014 - the process is both complex and risky, but it can of course be done and we've done it. Our data connectors are custom built to be reliable and highly secure methods of interchanging data. 

So if you have one systems that you need to talk to another one then give us the chance to prove just how good we are at making that work and drop us a message? 

 

 

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