Group1 Announces Availability of Advanced Matcher Transform

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Group 1 Software, Lanham, MD, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc., announced yesterday the general availability of its Advanced Matcher Transform.


The solution provides user-defined matching and consolidation functionality as a module of Data Flow, Group 1's data integration and analysis technology. Group 1 said Data Flow's architecture lets it accommodate high-volume data transfer, rapid query-based extracts, analysis and reporting.


Advanced Matcher Transform features flexible business rules that define matches using many selectable algorithms. It lets users match on any field, including common variables such as part numbers, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, names or postal addresses. The solution also can compare records simultaneously across multiple heterogeneous data sources. Its design makes it language-independent, letting users identify accurate matches for global data.


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