Frustrated because information you need is inaccessible,
unavailable or untrustworthy?

Have data issues impacted your ability to make critical decisions in the timeframe
you need? Are you wasting time and money dealing with data problems?
Maxxphase has the answer…with Data Compatibility!

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BEHIND THE INNOVATION

TRADITIONAL DATA SYSTEMS

Disparate Data in Conflicted Data Systems

Incompatible master data
(the barrier to direct data interoperability)

Traditional Data System
Features
Conflicted data systems
All traditionally-designed data systems contain conflicted master data representations such as data value conflicts or data structure conflicts among multiple data systems. These conflicts result in compartmentalized data which cannot work together without data transformations. This conflicting data has hindered businesses for many decades.
Transformation-based data integration
Data transformations are required to overcome the data incompatibility among traditional data systems. Traditional data integration methods are based upon these labor-intensive, risky and expensive data transformations, a true nightmare for any IT department.
Limited data integration
Businesses are eager for integrated data, yet data integration projects are limited to a few source data systems. Each source data system adds complexity – which increases time, cost and risk of failure – to an already complex project. Since traditional data systems are not directly interoperable, integrated data is consolidated into a single targeted data systems.
High-risk projects
More than half of traditional data integration projects fail, even after investing many months of work and many hundreds of thousands of dollars. When a traditional data integration project fails, the entire project is usually scrapped and the entire investment is lost.
Large investment with slow implementation
Organizations spend up to 40 percent of their annual IT budget on traditional data integration efforts. Traditional data integration projects require new software tools, new computing hardware, new databases and a crew of highly-specialized personnel. On top of that, data integration projects normally take many months and sometimes multiple years to complete.

COMPATIBLE DATA SYSTEMS

Intergated Data in Collaborative Data Systems

Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards
(the pathway to direct data interoperability)

Compatible Data Systems
Features
Collaborative data systems
Collaborative data systems are directly interoperable data systems – data systems that work together to seamlessly provide the information needed to support your business. Compatible data systems compliant with the Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards are collaborative data systems.
Automatic data integration
With compatible data systems, all data is integrated from the time it’s stored until the time it’s deleted. Data integration is now simple and very efficient. Automatically-integrated data is readily accessible, as any data and information may now be combined from multiple compatible data systems.
Unlimited data compatibility
Data compatibility is a standards-based approach to data system interoperability. Each compliant data system is individually made compliant with these standards, making that data system compatible with any other compliant data systems. As such, the number of compatible data systems is unlimited, as is the amount of integrated data and information your business can put to work.
No-risk projects
There is no risk of failure with data compatibility. Existing data systems are made compatible without impacting existing data structures, data values or application software. Once a data system has been made compatible, the data will remain compatible forever.
Small investment with rapid implementation
The data compatibility approach uses existing software tools, hardware and data systems, minimizing your implementation costs. Applying data compatibility only takes days and can be done concurrently across multiple data systems.