Magic Software strengthens its presence in France with the acquisition of its partner Intrabases
Intrabases teamed up with Data-Inco, a company of experts in Informatica solutions and with Dataraise, a company specializing in Talend technology.
Called-in by our customers to handle the real-time management aspects of their management data and the production sequence, Intrabases committed to inter-application connection technologies, remaining true to its principles of expertise, quality and industrialization.
After a strategic renewal by customers putting the customer at the heart of their actions and therefore at the heart of their IT systems, and where necessary, the need to process new kinds of data, Intrabases made a commitment to high performance Big Data technologies.
Intrabases opened its Nantes agency, a location chosen for its dynamic economy, its rich IT ecosystem and its ideal accessibility. Our Nantes offices became our operational base for expanding through Western France.
To meet the need to manage, consolidate and access data without triggering any additional infrastructure costs, Intrabases integrates data virtualization into what it has to offer.
Intrabases intensified customer awareness to data quality aspects and the standardization of reference information. This led to undertaking Master Data Management (MDM) projects where mapping models and qualifying source data takes on their full meaning.
With the impact of changing customer organizations, Intrabases adapts its service offer, proposing to organize its services around Service Centers and Expertise Centers.
Development of an industrialization methodology based on a multiple technology framework
Intrabases develops its expertise in the industrialization and standardization of data integration processes.
These application infrastructures ensure significant returns on investment by managing the work contracted out and by effectively adapting the hardware and software property base.
Created to undertake data integration using ETLs, Intrabases quickly came to work on projects involving very large data volumes.