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Data Integration Solution

Overview

A focus on data integration remains a top priority for the distributed organization, especially with the explosion of data available from a variety of systems. Data integration serves as the backbone for information and integration processes, and the well-designed system ensures data harmonization and information access that are seamless across platforms and user experiences.
UST Global offers a Data Integration solution and services comprised of the following: Information as a Service, Data Profiling, ETL & EAI Development, Data Quality Management, Reengineering/Replatforming, and a Data Integration Factory.

Approach

UST Global employs a multi-phase methodology to ensure that our clients realize the business objectives they have for building a comprehensive data integration solution. Such a solution must be flexible and adaptable, and equip your organization to meet future challenges and realize potential opportunities.
A data integration initiative involves much more than developing a technical solution. Our implementation team, working collaboratively with the client, travels a higher-level critical path toward a solution, demonstrated through four stages: Foundation, Improvement, Flexibility, and Innovation.

Why UST Global Data Integration Solution


We offer a multi-phase approach to data integration that includes:

 

  •  Needs analysis, gap analysis, and risk mitigation.

  • Expertise on data integration platforms and Extraction, Transformation, and Loading, including global alliance partnerships with leading ETL vendors.

  • Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) development.

  • Data integration best practices for efficient implementations and standard output.

  • Data cleansing and enrichment.

  • Disparate data source connectivity and metadata.

  • Data federation and data integration processes.

  • Data migration and synchronization.

  • Transactional, reference, and master data integration.