Extract, Transfer, Load (ETL) is increasing risk and wastage.

ETL's impeding your organisations becuase:

  • Extract replicates risk, increasing governance and management costs.
  • Transfer inflates wastage with the need to cleanse and merge.
  • Load duplicates data overheads and costs.
  • It takes employees away from line of business processes and tasks.
  • Your only analyses data at a specific point in time, losing context.
  • Decisions are reliant on manipulated, outdated information.
  • It shackles organisations to a recurring wheel of cost and process debt.

Organisations need coherent, simple information processes.

Moving beyond Extract, Transfer, Load (ETL).

Government Departments and Businesses of all sizes need coherent vision across processes and tasks. This allows them to make better decisions and mitigate risk.

To achieve this they need a coherent, extendible, in-line, real-time visualisation and learning system. Real-time, in-line information visualisation provides a view across a complete information set. This differs from ETL which is data at a specific point in time. Moving beyond Extract, Transfer and Load empowers more informed decisions that can be made at any time. This reduces the costs associated with Extract, Transfer and Load (ETL) processes.

Achieving a low risk transformation beyond ETL.

GARNET8 Collaboration Clouds (G8CC) provides a simple, yet extremely powerful information management foundation that empowers organisations to move beyond Extract, Transfer, Load processes. It enables organisations to output real-time information management to one or many data-driven channels.

This real-time, in-line, data-driven processes allows organisations to continuously evolve beyond the wastage associated with ETL. It enables organisations to move from a recurring wheel of debt surrounding analytics, to building on value across business processes and tasks.

G8CC provides your organisation with a simple, low risk solution to move beyond the wastage and cost associated Extract, Transfer, Load (ETL) processes.