Membership Level: Gold

DCSoftware, Inc.

7 N Mill St,
Hopkinton, MA   01748
United States

Details
The Partner is recognized by Oracle for:
Oracle Validated Integration : Data Archiving
Specializations
Partner Membership Level Gold
Partner Membership Location United States
Main Office Location (HQ) United States
Public or Private Company Private
Number of Employees 2


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Solutions
ARCTOOLS(R) and the ARCTOOLS Module(TM) for JD Edwards

ARCTOOLS(R) is an award-winning purge and archive utility which allows purging without the need for programming, without locking users out of the system.

The JD Edwards Module (tm) is a comprehensive purge-and-archive methodology for JD Edwards customers using ARCTOOLS.  It allows customers to purge and archive their JD Edwards data with integrity.  The JDE Module supports multiple functional areas within JD Edwards.  It was initially developed in 2002 in collaboration with Denver and several large JDE customers.  It is quick to implement and allows JDE shops to get that long-standing to-do item "clean up production data" off the list.

Customers use ARCTOOLS and the JDE Module to clean up old data, improve system performance, comply with data retention / destruction objectives, prepare for a JDE version upgrade, extract subsets of data, or populate test data.

There are currently over 300 JDE customers on six continents running ARCTOOLS and the JDE Module to purge and archive their JDE data.

ARCTOOLS is available on the IBM i (formerly AS400 and iSeries), Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server platforms.





This integration has achieved:   Oracle Validated Integration  with  JD Edwards World
Success Stories

Case studies and customer testimonials for ARCTOOLS can be found on our web site at

http://www.arctools.com/cases.php



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