SuperProbe is a generalized data extraction and analysis tool.
A user can extract data from large sequential files in ASCII and EBCDIC. It accepts fixed length records, variable length records, and line files (end in carrage return / line feed). A user can access data within segmented IBM variable length records. Data base data is accessed by dumping tables sequentially in fixed form.
Once data has been extracted a user can perform a variety of operations such as selection, calculations, sorting, sampling, summarizing, duplicate checking, merging, joining and printing results.
Auditors use SuperProbe to examine computer files just as they would examine paper files.
Accountants use SuperProbe to locate duplicate payments, unsupported payments, perform various analysis, and generate ad-hoc reports.
System Conversion SuperProbe is a powerful tool to assist in system conversions. Data Conversion Data from the old system can be extracted by SuperProbe and then formatted into a form suitable…
Auditing SuperProbe is a generlaized data extraction and analysis tool designed for auditors. Auditors can extract data from sequential files in both ASCII and EBCDIC. Data base…
Ad-hoc reporting SuperProbe is a powerful Ad-hoc reporting tool. Data can be extracted from one or more systems, and then manipulated to produce an endless variety of reports. Just about…
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