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Easy Data Loading


Ingest Data

Import various data sources and Relavance connects all datastreams automatically and populates an associative database system. When updating the data, Relavance only moves the changes in the source. The setup can be either manual or fully automatic.

Data and data model separated

When ingesting data all data streams are stored once in the system and are automatically associated.

By working with different data models you can create your own set of data, business definitions, and logic. E.g. Common data model, IFRS data model, AML data model, GDPR data model, and versions of previous data models can exist together without moving the data.

In Relavance the data and models are separated, but the total data storage is associated (related) to each other.

The end-user will be notified when changes to the database have been made and can decide what to use in the model.

Importing data source types

Any data sources can be added to the Relavance associative database. From structured relational databases, text-files to social media data. Converted files like Word, Pdf, and pictures, many ETL products can support you.

Relavance delivers a native connector to import data directly. Datavirtuality as an ETL vendor has +200 standard connectors.

How is this possible?  Relavance stores and retrieves information much like the human brain.  

Amazing things...

We have done amazing things, our competition just can't do.

Too good to be true...

With Relavance, once the data is consolidated, it is ready to be interrogated. No coding. No modeling. Simply ask for what you want, and you immediately have the answer. Plus, the information you want can be exported and used in other programs across the enterprise.

As new data comes in, the entire system updates automatically. This means the latest information is always available to you in real-time. Numerous reports may be set up as well as done ad hoc by combining whatever data sources you want into a new model.  This is the ultimate in agile computing!

Too good to be true?? See for yourselves

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