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Top Answer: The most valuable part of SAS/ACCESS is what it is made for: connecting to remote systems that are not part of your physical SAS environment.
Top Answer: The cost for this SAS product depends heavily on the environment. It is a staged pricing model and it varies quite a bit. You have to pay for each type of platform that you want to connect to. So if I… more »
Top Answer: The primary way that this product can be improved is by adjusting their pricing model. Their product is a little expensive. It is sometimes hard for people to justify it. It does give you access to… more »
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Universal Adapter Framework, Information Builders Universal Adapter FrameworkSAS/Access
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Overview
iWay's Universal Adapter Framework contains more than 300 off-the-shelf adapters to provide easy access to any information system. With this breadth of data and application adapters, organizations can access data at every latency level from real-time, zero-latency transactions to staged data in the most summarized data mart.SAS/ACCESS is an out-of-the-box solution for integrating SAS and third-party databases. You can read, write and update data regardless of the database or platform. Because the data appears native to SAS, there is no need to learn Structured Query Language (SQL) or any other database-specific query languages.
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RBC, City of Cincinnati, Pershing, Brotherhood Mutual, Friends University, Nationwide, City of Richardson, Cetera Financial GroupLos Angeles County, West Midlands Police, Credit Guarantee Corporation, Canada Post, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
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iWay Universal Adapter Framework is ranked 59th in Data Integration Tools while SAS Access is ranked 17th in Data Integration Tools with 1 review. iWay Universal Adapter Framework is rated 0.0, while SAS Access is rated 10.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SAS Access writes "Connect databases and create access to simplify complex processes with this powerful tool". iWay Universal Adapter Framework is most compared with , whereas SAS Access is most compared with Toad Data Point, Talend Open Studio, Mule Anypoint Platform, Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and Matillion ETL.

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