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When you work with data, you have to know it is correct. You have to compare data between data sources to know that your process is working, or the report for your boss is correct.

SelectCompare was born because a lot of people run data comparisons manually, wasting time, energy and money.

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People work with data while implementing new processes, databases, ETL systems, Business Intelligence, data analytics and in many other areas. In all these areas, they always have to compare data - maybe between today's report and the one produced yesterday, maybe between the old system and new system or between the UAT and production environments.

Have you noticed how often you need to compare data? Have you ever copied data to Excel, imported CSV files to a database, created temporary tables to store snapshots of your data?

Why not make this job easy?

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