Here Today and...Here Tomorrow, Too: The Challenge of Capturing Changed Data Between Applications


An important consideration when designing and implementing an ongoing integration process between two or more applications is how to capture changed data within a source application. Let’s examine the three most common situations in which it’s necessary to capture changes, and how to begin dealing with them. (This article summarizes a more detailed white paper, which you can view here.)


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About James A. Clarke

James A. Clarke is chief technology officer of Scribe Software Corp.

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About Peter Chase

Peter founded Scribe along with Jim Clarke in the beginning of 1996. As Executive Vice President, Business Development, Peter is responsible for establishing and growing partnerships with other leading technology companies in support of Scribe's overall market and product strategy.

Prior to founding Scribe, Peter held senior positions in sales, product marketing, and finance at SNAP Software, an early pioneer in CRM software that was acquired by Dun and Bradstreet. Prior to SNAP, Peter was the Chief Financial Officer for Software Services of America, a publicly-held software provider for the banking industry. Peter is a recognized expert in both the CRM and Integration software industries. He has published numerous articles and whitepapers and is a frequent speaker and panelist at industry events.

Peter holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and Computer Science at Southern New Hampshire University.

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