As 2011 comes to a close, we’d like to take the time to reflect on what this year has brought CloverETL, its users, and our customers.
Since CloverETL is, after all, a data integration platform, the world of integration is at our core. We’re constantly striving to challenge ourselves in new ways and improve how we approach data integration. This year was no different.
Enhancing Our Core – Two Upgrades of CloverETL
In the past six months, we released two upgraded versions of CloverETL. CloverETL 3.1, published in June, brought significant changes to the platform in several areas. With a deeper focus on connectivity and enhanced support of various data formats, CloverETL 3.1 helped users better process data with complex structure, emails, and Lotus documents, to name a few. The latest version of CloverETL, version 3.2, offered further enhancements to the user experience, as well as improved the processing of large data records.
Data Integration Meets Data Quality – CloverETL Profiler
This year was also a year for new products. With Clover, we’ve moved forward with an evolved sense of the data world. Because data integration, data quality, and other data disciplines are becoming more and more intertwined, we developed the CloverETL Profiler, data profiling application. Released in beta back in October, the profiler helps users make informed decisions on how to improve the quality of transformed data, which is particularly useful as precursor to a greater data integration projects. CloverETL also integrates more easily with the AddressDoctor solution to improve the quality of geographical information.
Strengthening CloverETL Presence in the US Market
In June, Javlin, the developer of CloverETL, opened up its new office in the Washington D.C. area, which became the headquarters of Javlin Inc., our US presence. Javlin Inc., with both a dedicated sales and customer service force, brings Clover to a whole new market of possibilities.
Last but not least, we are pleased to see that our OEM data integration offer will have a number of important implementations in the upcoming year. (But more on that later. Stay tuned.)
As we leave 2011, we can say that this past year was a whirlwind of hard work, exciting releases, and interesting customers and stories. We’re looking forward to another great year with CloverETL. Cheers to the New Year.