Reckon which is described to be an Australian software company can provide a desktop as well as cloud-based accounting software for the accountant as well as bookkeepers, well as well as medium-sized businesses, and personal users. It's offices in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, United States, and the United Kingdom. Reckon is considered to be on the Australian security exchange list and has over 600,000 businesses that are actively using the software across Australia and New Zealand. It has been limited and was founded by Greg Wilkinson in the year 1987 and it was funded by $2,000 initially. It can offer the user and the developer 2 years of technical support for the QuickBooks copies as well as the account of Reckon purchase was right along with terms and conditions that were originally offered to the user in order to continue the uses of the old version of the software beyond the indefinitely. It can connect to get the accounting of the Reckon easily and flexibly with the use of the easy to use as well as bi-directional drivers.
CData Drivers for Reckon Great Features:
BI & Data Visualization
The drivers have been known to be able to deliver and offer the fastest and the easiest way to the user and developer in order to connect to the real-time data of the Reckon with the help of business intelligence, analytics as well as reporting, and visualization technology. They are capable of providing a query performance to the user which is unmatched as well as comprehensive access to the data Reckon along with the metadata and also to provide seamless integration with the user and electrical to which is favorite. The drivers and connectors are extending the favorite application of the user with the live access and they have the ability to deliver the user with comprehensive access to any source of data. It can easily integrate with the help of the business intelligence as well as the reporting tool just like Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, and a few more.
The process of data management means supporting the popular database protocols just like the ADO.NET, ODBC, and even the JDBC, along with the wire protocol and interfaces for the servers of SQL and MySQL. It is very easy and flexible to connect as well as the data of Reckon from the range of the database management applications by the user and the developer.
Workflow & Automation
It permits the user to connect to the data the Reckon from the tools of ESB of, BPM as well as the iPaaS. The drivers and adaptable capable of providing the user with a straightforward and easy access to the data of the Reckon from the application setup popular just like the SQL SSIS, Microsoft flow, Power apps, Mule Soft, Biz Talk, Talend, and a lot more.
It provides the easiest way for the user to integrate with the data of the Reckon from anywhere and anytime that he desires. The drivers of the Reckon are capable of offering a data-centric model for the data of Reckon, which dramatically can simplify the integration process, and at the same time allows the developers to create application that has higher quality, faster and more secure than before.
The driver provides the user virtual database abstraction that is located on the data of the Reckon and has the ability to support the process of data virtualization and the feature just like the query Federation advanced capabilities for the process of query delegation and predication of the pushdown.
ETL & Replication
ETL stands for the process of extracting transforming and loading and hence the drivers and adaptors are capable of extending the user favorite tools of the ETL with the help of the connectivity of Reckon to the tools for the process of replication. The integration solution of Reckon can provide the users and developers with a reliable, secure as well as a robust movement of data. It permits the user to connect to the data warehouse as well as the RDBMS in order to facilitate the process of operational reporting, offloading of the queries as well as increasing the performance and finally supporting the Governance of the data and the initiative, and last but not least archive for the process of disaster recovery, and a lot more.