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DataFlux Rolls Out Next Edition of dfPower

DataFlux Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of SAS Corp., has released the latest version of data quality control system, dfPower Studio 3.4.

Aimed at increasing the accuracy and usability of corporate database assets, dfPower Studio offers data matching, data standardization, and data analysis. The offerings enable users to identify duplicate records, repair inconsistent data, and address critical data intelligence issues.

Some of the new features included in dfPower Studio are SQL generation, on-screen editing of generated standardization logic and schemas, capitalization functionality, as well as improved matching algorithms, clustering logic, and GUI enhancements. A free trial version of the product is available on the Web site. Pricing ranges from $20,000 to about $100,000.

Contact DataFlux, www.dataflux.com

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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