Reconciling Data Across Systems Using a Reconciliation Hub

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 01 Dec 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In many enterprises, where there are a number of separate systems engaged in processing data, there arises the daunting task of checking and reconciling data as it flows between systems. Discrepancies in data must be detected, tracked and corrected as quickly as possible: there is no room for error in doing this. A Reconciliation Hub can provide the answer, as Rahul Gupta explains.…The post Reconciling Data Across Systems Using a Reconciliation Hub appeared first on Simple Talk....

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