Cost-effective way to unlock your data in IBM Lotus Notes as part of your data integration strategy
Organizations that have invested in Enterprise applications like IBM Lotus Notes have learned just how challenging it can be to provide enterprise wide access to critical documents.
Coding custom integration logic requires Lotus Notes domain expertise, and whenever integration requirements include access to data managed by packaged applications, passed via message-oriented middleware, stored on mainframes, or exposed as Web services, additional hard-to-find technical talent will be needed increasing cost and risk. Add the recurring costs needed to maintain this logic as surrounding database structures change, as integrated applications are enhanced, and as the supporting IT environment evolves and the drawbacks of this approach become clear.
PowerExchange for LDAP overcomes these obstacles. It lets PowerCenter directly read and write data into the Lotus Notes database. It can read forms, views, and independent documents in the Lotus Notes system as sources. It can also let you transfer email data from a Lotus Notes email application to any target along with attachments and rich text fields that contain data such as graphics and tables. Data can be written to Lotus Notes as forms.
The advantages of PowerExchange don't stop there. Each member of the PowerExchange family automatically captures relevant metadata from its sources and targets and shares it with the rest of the Informatica platform. Proposed changes can be assessed rapidly and implemented with confidence, and the same metadata can help resolve questions of data lineage that often arise in audit and compliance exercises one more advantage of the Informatica data integration platform.
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