Schema mapping, commonly referred to as Data Mapping, is used as the initial process for data integration processes. The Data mapping is commonly used in mapping distinct data elements and/or Data Models from both structured and unstructured data repositories, the process usually involves transformation elements as the Map processes are executed. The data is transferred from Source Data Models to Destination Data Models with and/or without transformations.
One of the use case, which is commonly encountered as we transvers the IT landscape is where a corporation is desirous of implementing automation of the MIS or a Business Intelligence solution. The complexity arises when the company runs on diverse IT systems having a mix of structured and unstructured data. Another use case scenario is merger of companies. The data for both sets of operations must be merged into the central data warehouse. Data mapping is used to track one set of information and cross-reference it with another set of data.
BLC’s database mapping software reduces or eliminates the need technical staff and coding and automates many tedious tasks, saving human resource time and resulting in fewer errors with higher quality, more reliable data. The software gives users ability to make Data Map files which use transformations (user defined) to transfer data from source to the destination tables.
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