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Managed ETL Excellarator – File Broker

Accelerate and scale data extraction, normalization, and loading.

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Accelerate back-end data processing between banking, securities, cards, merchant services, and investment management services. With any-to-any graphical data mapping, File Broker makes mapping data from flat or EDI files efficient, lightweight, and scalable.

Key Benefits

  • Easy setup and maintenance
  • Reduce cost
  • Increase processing speed
  • Reduce errors
  • Process large-size files in a short duration
  • Improve relationships with business partners

Flat File Support

The Flat File source reads data from a text file. The text file can be delimited, fixed width, or in a mixed format. It also allows users to quickly set up file-based imports from vendor files and adapt to its changes. Supported file types include:

  • Account position files
  • Trade confirmations
  • Open trades
  • Transaction files
  • Multi-format settlement files

Additional Features & Technical Information

  • Built with .Net, C#, and SQL Server database
  • Support for MSSQL bulk insert of flat files
  • Configurable support for pre- and post-processing by calling stored procedures
  • Error handling is configurable, for e.g., continuation despite errors, halting on errors, or proceeding only if the file has less than the specified percentage of errors.
  • Leverages Microsoft’s TPL for concurrent processing of tasks across the number of available cores.

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