This ETL framework is unique, because it is compact and powerful at the same time. It is not so monstrous as Talend and so on, that's why it can be easy embedded in any system. Last point was especially important for us and i am happy that I could find it. Also I want to emphasis the high quality of support. They spent with us a lot of time and their help can't be overestimated."Victor Alekseev
I'm using Data Explorer ETL edition to integrate data from heterogeneous sources such as banking systems, SAP, etc. Would recommend to anybody who needs a solid, yet easy-to-use SQL tool with integrated ETL capabilities."
Deputy Head of Active Ops Automation Division
BNP Paribas Group
I teach a variety of data-driven application development classes at a University and use the free edition of Data Explorer all the time. Each class being based on a different DBMS (including MS SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Access), I constantly need to convert the data from one format to another. Cannot think of any other free tool with the similar set of functions. Also I’m a Mac user and having a tool with a native Mac support is a must."
Assistant Professor, Point Park University
I’m an independent consultant. Was searching for a good, universal data migration tool which will not cost me a fortune. Not anymore. Data Migration suite is exactly what I needed. The time I spend converting data went from days to minutes. Thank you guys."
As a data architect at the University of Pittsburgh I do a lot of data mining. I also create Excel reports by combining data from the various online systems. Recently I started to use Data Explorer and I love it! The function that I cannot live without is the interactive data transformations. Things like de-normalization and de-duplication literally save me days of hard work. The best part - I can create Excel reports right from the tool. Just go and buy it, worth every penny."
Data Architect, University of Pittsburgh
We have been using Toolsverse ETL framework for years basically for everything, from data conversion to our own ETL projects. We are very small software shop so “free” and “open source” are not just buzzwords but a reason to choose one set of tools over another. It still amazes me that such as powerful framework which is as good (if not better) as anything else out there is free. Kudos to the team."