TextPipe enables complex text transformations (filters) to be defined, tested and automated without programming. Filters include search/replace, converting between PC, Mac and Unix file formats, adding, removing, extracting and reformatting text.
"By enabling our customers to manipulate text without complex programming, TextPipe strengthens our strategic position in the automated editing market," according to Simon Carter, CEO of DataMystic.
Products like TextPipe are also an important part of the growing market for data cleansing and conversion tools, particularly in the lead up to Y2K. "More and more companies are using automated editors in bottom-line, mission-critical applications," says Carter. "TextPipe can be a major player in this arena."
Already, DataMystic has sold over 200 TextPipe licenses to Fortune 100, banking, government, universities, mining and manufacturing corporations, as well as hundreds of end users.
Founded in 1990, DataMystic is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. The company sells directly over the Internet and via fax and mail order. DataMystic's technology is also licensed to strategic partners within Australia. Its charter is to provide business analysts and database administrators with quality software for DOS, Windows 95/98 and NT. It has developed 8 commercial software titles.