Gather data from hard to reach sources, external systems, and spreadsheets easily.
Schools and districts use data that comes from many different applications and sources. The problem is that the data must be re-entered many times into each application via manual data entry. Without some way to integrate the data, keep it up to date, and check it for accuracy, the data the teachers and staff uses every day becomes stale and inaccurate. This wastes time in the classroom for teachers, extra tech support tickets for IT, and frustrated administrators who are trying to analyze and report on the data.
CPSI helps districts overcome these difficult challenges. Our solution collects data from the many different applications in real time, checks the data for accuracy, and standardizes the data for reporting, BI and analysis. We help schools and districts finally leverage all kinds of data – from rosters to assessments to attendance and more—across the entire district.
With CPSI, all of the school and district staff can be confident that the information on their computer or device always reflects the true “picture” of the data in the district. Our solution provides everyone in the district – from students to teachers to superintendents – with the underlying foundation to provide up-to-date and trustworthy information in all of the applications they use.
There are times during the data collection process where the data you need sits somewhere that makes it difficult to access. Data might be sitting in systems inside of a firewall where security makes it difficult to collect. Data might also exist as flat files, text files, excel spreadsheets or CSV files. The xDMover makes collecting these types of data a breeze with easy to use tools and secure data transport.
Easy to use with high speed performance.
Moving large amounts of data usually takes a lot of time using systems such as SQL SSIS. You need a way to move data quickly and easily so it can be processed. The xDMover moves data faster than SQL SSIS packages without the need for complicated development work. The easy to use interface lets you create views and select the fields you want to move right on screen. Preview the data, move data from files, spreadsheets, Access databases, SQL databases, and more.
Sometimes it is not easy to track changes in data that needs to be moved, making the upload process time-consuming due to the number of records being moved. The xDMover automatically tracks changes in data – even when the data does not have the needed primary keys. This means that the amount of data moved is greatly reduced as only changes in the data are sent.
Easy to use interface and high speed performance make moving data a breeze.
Move Data without SSIS
Create complex data moves without SSIS.
Move Data Easily
Move data without the need for complex and hard to learn software like MS SQL SSIS.
Send Only Changed Data
Move only the data that has changed.
Send Delta Data Only
Automatically track changes in data to reduce bulky transfers.
High Speed and Secure
Securely move your data at high speeds.
Secure and High Speed
Move data at high speeds using secure web services and the power of SQL Express.
Learn More About the xDMover
in the case of systems that cannot be contacted by direct database access and can only be exported via files. Additionally, some data is delivered from external organizations, such as test scores. The xDMover is used as pre-collection helper to move the data to a central location from the various external locations. The xDMover can handle all types of data including text files, spreadsheets, external databases, etc.
The xDMover is easy to use. Just select the source data and the final data destination and the xDMover helps you manage it from there. Move data from a text file to database, database to text file, and any other combination. The xDMover also connects to web services to retrieve or send data. Create jobs that can be ordered or set to a schedule for easy, automated data moves. You can even use custom variables to create complex data moves dependent on the data itself.