SAPPHIRE, (September 13, 1999) – Vality Technology, Inc. today announced its continuing success accelerating SAP R/3 installations by providing unparalleled data quality capabilities and time-proven data re-engineering methodologies.

Lockheed Martin’s Aeronautics Sector, the nation’s biggest military contractor of tactical aircraft systems, is deploying an SAP R/3 system to enable standardized information processing and a seamless flow of accurate, timely business information throughout the enterprise. Converting data from the many legacy operational systems throughout the division called for a major commitment to data cleansing. Data quality of legacy information is an essential component to the success of this SAP implementation. Vality’s extensive experience re-engineering legacy data for load into SAP helped to ensure the accessibility and accuracy of the legacy information in the SAP implementation and production environment.

The company has a long legacy of assisting companies in implementing SAP across virtually all industries, including utilities, petro-chemicals, pharmaceuticals, waste management, manufacturing, government, and health care. Vality software delivers the high-powered data re-engineering capabilities needed to combine data from different legacy systems, identify and rectify data quality issues, and organize data into a single structure, ready for R/3 applications. An added benefit of the data quality process is the acceleration of the SAP implementation timeline.

Vality, a complementary SAP Software Provider, is exhibiting at SAPPHIRE, the SAP user conference which runs from September 13 to 16, Philadelphia (booth # 104-106). For more information visit Vality’s website

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