While some businesses are able to satisfy their needs with a single business management or accounting system, this is often not the case. For many companies, a growing number of applications and systems are required to handle specific needs. Each of those applications likely consumes data from other systems and in turn creates data that is useful elsewhere. How do you “connect the dots?”
For instance, human resources may need employee information from the accounting system combined with data from your company’s time/punch clock software. Perhaps your online web store needs pricing and availability information from an inventory management system combined with marketing assets from your content management system (CMS). Do your company’s subsidiaries buy and sell goods between each other (intercompany trade) using different financial/ordering systems?
The information stored in these many applications does not need to remain trapped in their respective silos. If your software has a database or can import/export data files, chances are that OfficeOps can help you free that data and integrate it with your larger “information ecosystem.” Whether that means simply connecting two applications or implementing more complex rules-based workflows between multiple systems, we can help make that data more relevant and useful to your company. Additionally, doing so will most likely reduce the amount of time and energy your staff spends on data entry (and dealing with data entry errors).
OfficeOps has extensive experience in Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), allowing us to extract and transform data from a wide variety of sources such as XML data files, flat files, and relational data sources, and then load the data into one or more destinations. We can also solve complex business problems by copying or downloading files, sending e-mail messages in response to events, updating data warehouses, cleaning and mining data, and managing SQL Server data. We also have extensive experience with Extensible Style Sheet Transformation (XSLT) tools, which provide a high degree of flexibility when making any-to-any format data conversions.