Wednesday, April 12, 2006

ItemField - The Next Generation of Data Transformation

www.itemfield.com Itemfield is the first enterprise software company to deliver next-generation data transformation. Gartner has called next-generation data transformation a fundamental building block of the enterprise nervous system.

Itemfield was founded in 2000 by a group of middleware and advanced technology experts. Since the release in 2002 of its flagship product, ContentMaster, more than 70 enterprise customers, including seven of the Fortune 50, have successfully used Itemfield’s next-generation data transformation technology to dramatically increase IT productivity and application integration infrastructure usability, while enabling new classes of enterprise solutions that integrate complex documents, transaction data, proprietary content and legacy data formats.

Itemfield’s breakthrough data transformation technology expands the current definition of business integration infrastructure beyond application integration and middleware to a unified information layer by allowing any form of enterprise data, including structured, semi-structured and unstructured data, to be transformed via XML from one comprehensive environment, without the need for costly IT development.

With Itemfield, data structure and format create no constraints, and the possibilities for business integration are now limitless.

Our Vision
The focus of Itemfield’s three-phase strategic vision is to enable enterprises to:

* Visualize their data, no matter how it is represented
* Transform their data automatically from any format to any other format without custom programming
* Integrate their data using existing software infrastructure platforms so that it can be easily understood by applications and people, and integrated into business processes.

Itemfield is the first to execute such a vision. Itemfield is headquartered in San Mateo, California. The company is privately held and is backed by leading venture capital firms Accel Partners, Foundation Capital, Gemini Funds, and Evergreen Ventures.