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DataFlux Rolls Out Next dfPower Studio

DataFlux Corp., a subsidiary of SAS Institute, has announced it will be releasing version 4.0 of its flagship product, dfPower Studio.

The latest iteration of the product offers users improved data mining, analysis, and reporting results. It allows integration of multiple databases even when data is not represented in the same way across all the data, and it connects directly to more than 60 database platforms.

Version 4.0 offers a more open integration design and provides data enhancement. Although it can be used out-of-the-box, the software is customizable. This includes customization of business rules, data reference libraries, match types, and reports.

The product is still in beta but is scheduled for full release on February 28. A free trial version of the product is available at, www.dataflux.com/demozone.asp.

Contact DataFlux, www.dataflux.com

 

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