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How Our Software Suite Works with Azure

Posted Jun 21, 2017 by Jeremy Sirois

We often get a lot of similar questions about our software suite. One of the most common questions is: Do any of your products work with Microsoft’s Azure cloud?

I Can Load a Data Warehouse 700x Faster Than You

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Not only does our data analyst, Achara McNair-Tarfa, claim to upsert 700x faster, but she also claims that she can load a data warehouse 700x faster. Sounds great, right? How can she do this? In this demo by Manuel Quintana, Sr. Product Engineer, he shows how using Task Factory components, Dimension Merge and Fact Table, will allow you to load a data warehouse as fast as Achara.

I Can Upsert 700x Faster Than You!

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Would you like to upsert (conditionally insert and update data) faster? How about 700x faster? Our data analyst, Achara McNair-Tarfa claims that she can upsert 700x faster than you. How does she do this? Pragmatic Works Sr. Product Engineer, Manuel Quintana, shows you how in this demo using a component in our Task Factory product.

My Data is Cleaner Than Yours!

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Can you confidently claim that your data is clean? Our Data Analyst, Achara McNair-Tarfa, claims that her data is cleaner than yours. How does she have such confidence in her data? Here, you can view a demo by our Sr. Product Engineer, Manual Quintana, to explain how components in Pragmatic Works’ Task Factory can help you to not only claim your data is clean, but also save you time and gain efficiency.

Top 5 SSIS Tips

Posted Jun 15, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

In a previous blog post, Pragmatic Works Data Analyst, Achara McNair-Tarfa, told us why she hates SSIS. She revisited with Brian Knight, our founder and CEO, to learn his top five SSIS tips and about how Pragmatic Works’ products can help make your day to day life with SSIS easier.

Connecting to Unusual Data Sources in SSIS

Posted Jun 15, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Many of us think of databases as our main source of data. But there are so many other data sources out there. Different teams within your business use different systems that hold unique data that they need for reports and decisions for their team. Pragmatic Works’ Task Factory product can help all your teams easily get the data they need.

Are You an SSIS Hater?

Posted Jun 14, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Are there things you hate about SSIS? Are you frustrated by slow loading, scripting or potential lack of data quality? Pragmatic Works’ Data Analyst, Achara McNair-Tarfa sat down with our Founder and CEO, Brian Knight, to vent about the top things she hates about SSIS and to learn about how our Task Factory product can help.

Task Factory's Excel Source and Destination

Posted Jun 05, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Anyone working with Excel Source or Destination, knows the issues with 64-bit, 32-bit or issues with formatting coming out. Using Excel Source and Destination, a part of Pragmatic Works’ Task Factory, with your data can solve these common problems.  The video below shows a demo of some of the key features of Task Factory Excel Source and Destination.

Get Your Data to and from Salesforce with our REST Components

Posted May 30, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Everyone in business is looking to save time in their day and make it easier to work with the data they need to make decisions. REST Source is a component inside our Pragmatic Works’ Task Factory Suite which will automate the process of connecting to Web Services to pull information down into your SQL platform.

Top 5 New Software Features in 2017: Releases 2017.1 and 2017.2

Posted May 12, 2017 by Pragmatic Works

Pragmatic Works is continually working to add new features to make our software products even better. We have released hundreds of updates this year, but here we discuss what we consider our top five from the first half of 2017:

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