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table driven design &

no .net code

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10x faster SSIS development

How it Works

Standardized Patterns and Pure Biml

SQL Server natively holds the metadata for the tables you want to populate. We use Stored Procedures that reference this metadata, apply standardized ETL patterns, and output pure BIML files (simple XML). We then use Visual Studio (SSDT), along with the add-in BIDS Helper, or BIML Express, to emit fully functional SSIS projects and packages.

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What You Get

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Business Logic
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Developers can focus on business logic, rather than worrying about the drudgery and minutiae of data movement and transformation programming


All developers working on the platform adhere to the same development methodology. This is extremely effective for standardized SSIS package development, code reuse, as well as ease and predictability of your ELT/ETL project maintenance

No Programming
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There are no requirements to learn additional programming languages such as C# or VB.Net. Only standard SQL programming skills are required


The ROI for using BimlSnap is crazy quick, with low monthly subscription fees


Building packages in SSIS before was like walking ten miles to get to the grocery store. Using bimlSnap is making that same trip in a car.

Video Support

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Anyone Can Use It

One of the most liberating aspects of bimlSnap is that anyone who knows SQL can build professional grade SSIS Packages. Absolutely no .NET coding skills, and practically no SSIS experience are needed to rapidly generate your ELT/ETL packages.  The end results are Projects and Packages that are build using SSIS best practices, and which utilize a standard SSIS framework. In addition, BimlSnap provides auto generated documentation, and even a PowerBi dashboard to trend the runtime performance of you ELT/ETL projects.


All this will be accomplished with the least amount of friction, and in a time frame that you may call, well…  a snap!

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