Data Integration (DI) solution company InoTree announced on the 16th that its InnoQuartz solution was finally selected in the Ministry of Strategy and Finance’s ETL Separation Order Project to Build Integrated Management System for Government Subsidies.
When ordering SW separation in the public information project that will be implemented from this year, the results of the quality performance evaluation test (BMT) conducted by the Korea Information and Communications Technology Association (TTA) should be mandatory for the technical evaluation.
In the Ministry of Strategy and Finance project, InnoTree’s ‘InnoQuartz’ solution was selected as a high score in the comprehensive evaluation that combines technology evaluation (BMT result + proposal evaluation) and price evaluation.
“As data governance becomes more important in the big data era, ETL solutions are becoming an essential factor, and performance, customization issues and huge maintenance costs are incurred when building and operating, regardless of foreign and domestic solutions,” the company said.
‘InnoQuartz’, a domestic ETL solution based on open source Talen, can handle the fixed, irregular, spatial data processing, bulk Loader and parallel processing functions required by many projects, as well as the ability to convert EBCDIC into UTF8 as well as big data such as Hadoop.
It can reduce the cost and development period for construction and expansion, and effectively reduce the cost of education and training and maintenance when introducing the solution. Recently, SK Hynix, Lotte Internet Duty Free Shop, Samsung Electronics and Seoul Facilities Corporation are contracting with many customers.
An official of the company said, “After BMT is mandatory, we will be able to evaluate technology fairly and objectively without prejudice against new solutions, so we will actively participate in the ETL separation ordering project of public and financial institutions.”,