The Beer Store Invests in Desktop Edition of CloverETL 3.1 for Website Data Management

July 8, 2011

The Beer Store, Canada’s largest beer distributor, has selected CloverETL 3.1’s Desktop Edition to manage a major element of its website data management. 

Javlin, the leader in agile data integration software, today announced the first sale of CloverETL Version 3.1 to The Beer Store (TBS), Canada’s largest beer distributor. TBS will use Clover 3.1 in an important operational IT area for data management.

Fabrizio Isabello, Project Manager of Application Development at The Beer Store stated, “Clover was so easy to use, it now only takes about 30 seconds to manage the data transformation from our legacy systems to our website, when it used to take 3 hours. The 3.1 version is something TBS will look to use in other operational areas.”

Clover 3.1 addresses many of the challenges faced by growing IT operations, across retail, banking and health vertical applications, to name a few. Clover 3.1 can now connect to and parse data from many sources such as reading and writing to Lotus Domino, IBM business collaboration software, and multiple messaging and workflow solutions. Clover 3.1 can also pull data from email servers and process emails with attachments.

“Javlin is pleased to see how Clover 3.1 fits within The Beer Store’s operational workflow,” stated Peter Cresse, Javlin’s EVP of Sales. “The CloverETL Desktop Edition can often be the perfect package in terms of price and runtime production sizing for customers.”

About Javlin
Javlin is a premier provider of data integration and its leading software, CloverETL, provides the ability to manage data solutions such as integration, migration, cleansing, audit, synchronization, consolidation for MDM, BI and data management needs. CloverETL is platform independent and scalable, with a smooth upgrade path and easily embeddable for OEM strategies. In addition data integration software, Javlin offers data system services and custom software development.

About The Beer Store (TBS)
TBS stocks over 350 brands from 90 brewers from around the world. Eighty-one of the brewers selling through TBS have annual sales through the system that are less than 75,000 hectolitres, six have annual sales between 75,000 and 200,000 hectolitres and three have sales in excess of 200,000 hectolitres. The Beer Store is owned by Labatt Brewing Company Ltd., Molson Coors Canada and Sleeman Breweries Ltd. The company was originally established in 1927 and currently operates under the authority of the Liquor Control Act and the Alcohol and Gaming Public Protection Act, 1996.