Extract and utilize data from any file, document, or message—regardless of format, complexity, or size.
Informatica B2B Data Transformation provides accessibility to complex file and message formats based on a comprehensive, enterprise-class solution to your transformation challenges. It features the best technology for extracting data from any file, document, or message—regardless of format, complexity, or size—and transforming it into a usable form.
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