Infosolve unveils OpenDQ V. 2.0

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Infosolve Technologies has launched version 2.0 of its OpenDQ data quality product.

OpenDQ Version 2.0 allows comprehensive data extraction, transformation and loading. The software is the first open source product to integrate all of the above capabilities into a single service for both structured and unstructured data.

Unstructured data, such as word documents, e-mails, spreadsheets and instant messages, can comprise up to 80% of a company's total data landscape, but it is often left uncategorized. OpenDQ offers companies the ability to categorize and map structured and unstructured data in the same system - granting a full picture of business operations.

Infosolve products operate on a zero based philosophy, which means that OpenDQ users can use the program with no term commitments, no license requirements and no upfront hardware investments. Infosolve also guarantees zero defect data.

The company plans to expand its suite of product offerings with new enhancements in upcoming months.

Infosolve is based in South Brunswick, NJ. Other product offerings include OpenCDI for customer data, data integration and data mining.

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