Get connected to real-time Tally ERP data from reporting tools, databases, and custom applications via drivers based on the standards.
Integrate with BI Analytics, Reporting, ETL Tools, and Custom Solutions.
CData Drivers for ERP in Tally Excellent Features:
BI & Analytics
Our drivers are the fastest and most straightforward method to connect Tally's real-time data to BI, analytics reporting, and data visualization tools.They give you the unmatched speed of query, complete access to Tally metadata and data, which seamlessly connect to your favorite analytics tools.
ETL, Replication, & Warehousing
Our Tally integration solutions offer secure, reliable, fast, and safe data transfer from adapters and drivers that allow you to extend your favorite ETL tools by adding Tally connectivity to ETL and other tools for replication.
Connect to your RDBMS and/or data warehouse to Tally to make it easier to report on operational issues and offload queries to improve performance, aid in data governance initiatives and backup data to aid in disaster recovery, and more.
It is simple to connect and manage Tally information from a vast array of databases management software to support popular databases protocols such as ODBC, JDBC, and ADO.NET and wire-protocol interfaces to SQL Server and MySQL.
Workflow and Automation Tools
Connect to Tally with famous data migration, ESB, iPaaS, and BPM tools.
Our adapters and drivers connect to Tally data easily using popular programs like BizTalk, MuleSoft, SQL SSIS, Microsoft Flow, Power Apps, Talend, and many others.
Developer Tools & Technologies
It is the easiest way to integrate with Tally from any location.Our Tally drivers feature the data-centric design for Tally that significantly simplifies integration, allowing developers to develop better applications faster than ever before.
Our drivers offer an abstraction of a virtual database on top of Tally data. They also support standard virtualization features for data like query federation using enhanced capabilities of query delegation or pushdown of the predicate.